there is is Onennss as Spacious~Awareness.
you appear to live in two worlds simultaneously...
Do your worlds clash or are they harmoniously aligned?
Often you may be thinking one thing in your inner world and
doing or saying another thing in your outer world... the reconciliation of
these worlds of your being is a returning to innocence where the Truth
of Oneness is self-evident (this is the Intelligence of Innocence).
The goal of Yoga2 is a Silent Mind...where thinking about the goal negates it - you can only be it!
(Yoga is the living understanding of a silent mind
wherein the means is the end)
The result is Oneness with the Space~Flow of
There are two places or times when your mind is silent:
1) when you are fully engaged in a process whereby you give
yourself so completely to the process that you are absorbed in it;
2) when you are completely relaxed such that you let go so
completely that you dissolve.
In both cases this is like a cube of sugar being dissolved in
and absorbed by water... to your eyes the sugar seems to have disappeared yet
if you drink the water you taste that there is no where that the sugar isn"t
(it is one with its surroundings). And, in both cases you do not lose
consciousness - there is consciousness without objectification... this does
not mean that objectifying does not have its role to play because functionally
objectification is very practical.
What this reveals is that your being has two interwoven extremes
1) Concentration - the concentrated focus of your localized
presence; this is the definite, temporary, extreme of your being as doing;
this corresponds to the sugar mentioned above being extracted from the water
such that it is in its concentrated, contracted, localized form.
2) Meditation - the extreme of your being that is beyond
objectification - you can never know this because you are it (you can only
live it) - and, since it is beyond the scope of anything that you know or can
know, it is described as the infinite, eternal, extreme of your being; this
corresponds to sugar in its suspended, expanded, non-local form as dissolved
and absorbed in water.
Thus it can be stated that the goal of undertaking the practice
of Yoga 2 is to facilitate an understanding of the laws that
govern the UniVerse so clearly that you are able to relax about them. In this
way you resolve any conflict between your doing and your being and
effortlessly realize the Way of Harmonious Being where the activities of your
mind and body do not break Silence. This is Oneness with the Space~Flow of