240. Look back with your eyes closed

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Try this:

Close your eyes.

Sit comfortably somewhere of course.

Find something that your senses detect.

An example: The eyelids touching each other.

Imagine that your whole world is made of transparent clay. This clay makes everything and is not seen. This clay makes everything it wants. The things it makes appear to our senses.

Your clay creates the eyelids, the nerves that sense them touching each other and your same clay is the one who sees it all, from inside of itself.

Let’s say you hear a car on the road. Your clay is making it in this moment. Your clay is making the road. Your clay makes the sound. Your clay is making your ears and all their parts, right now.

What is this clay?

Why does it make these things?

Maybe out of curiosity? Out of the love of experiencing? Out of joy?

Playing like a baby?

Is it you?

Where does this clay come from?

 

Look back, from inside the clay, with your eyes closed.

 

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1 Response to “240. Look back with your eyes closed”


  1. 1 Arnie Gerstein August 3, 2016 at 10:39 am

    Hi Giora, What a delightful.experience. I am looking back, within and witnessing all the sounds around me appearing, and taking shape. Distancing and experiencing, freeing. It is all there and brings a smile.The implications are far reaching. Do let us know this exercise may be extended. It seems to be a development from your previous post, the last paragraph.


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