Movements of the Immovable

By Adam J. Pearson No form moves itself; All forms are moved. When the body is felt to be moved Rather than believe it moves itself, Watch how gracefully it flows! The action does itself; No doer is found. Believing there is a doer, And we are it, Fluent motion Becomes clumsy. A river needs no “me” to…

No One Has Ever Hated Themselves

By Adam J. Pearson Introduction: You’ve Never Hated What You Are, Only What You Believed You Were One of the most shocking things I ever discovered is that no one has ever hated themselves. Really. And trust me, I thought I did. There were periods that I thought I hated myself badly enough to want…

true meditation

By Adam J. Pearson true meditation is seeing through the illusion of a meditator, in the awareness that there is none now there is only meditating, empty of  “you” and “I” the silence of this “me”-less space this stillness that’s agendaless the lightness of this no-thingness are beyond knower and known empty even of emptiness……