By Tony Parsons
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O o o I remember at one time you were talking about the clarity versus a kind of encompassing. I can't remember it well enough to put it into words. Well, I was at one time talking about the relationship between apparent men and women and masculine energy and feminine energy, where the masculine fears the fire and the feminine fears the impersonality. That's right, yes. What can happen in awakening is that people move into something which I'd call detachment or non-identification. It's not actually awakening but it is, you could say, an opening to awakening that happens; and in it, there is an awareness of objects arising.
There is only oneness, therefore what I am - which is oneness - is everything in this room. And there is need in this room. 53 I'm confused about this need. I f you take the example o f you needing dinner to satisfy/ a hunger drive within the body/mind, to me that would seem that there is still something central that is requiring something to be satisfied, something external to be taken in. Yes, OK, well that's the point - there is nothing central. What arises is the need to satisfy a hunger drive - not to satisfy my hunger drive.
After it's happened, you see it isn't anything to do with it being a lottery, or something that happens to you. Do you mean that all these years o f effort have been wasted? I'm afraid so! (laughter) Nothing is ever wasted, of course. You know that. Nothing is wasted, everything is just what it is. But whatever effort you put into this never brings anything other than the reinforcement of somebody putting effort into something which already is the case. G O O I f you're in the clear vision and you're in the absolute consciousness, then as absolute consciousness you could azvaken whom you want to.
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