Can the brain, which has been programmed to evolve and become better, realize that there is no such thing as time?
There is no such thing as location, such as: “I am here now and I will be there later.” There is no goal to be reached and nothing to achieve.
What happens to the mind that is in a place of negation of its own thought processes, having seen the limitation in its own activity?
Is there this thing which we call ‘emptiness’? Does the lack of something to grasp and hold onto, something to identify oneself with, cause distress?
Can we feel the tremendous pull of the mind as thought to create a form to identify oneself with? Isn’t it like the pull of gravity? Is it perhaps actually the force of gravity itself? Is there any way to not be drawn into its force-field?
Is there the possibility to withstand this pull, not a resistance, but simply to refrain from entering this entire field? And does one then actually cease to be in the old way, as an identified individual? When this process begins, is there any way to express it in speech to another person who is not engaged in the same process. It seems not. There is also not any way to introduce someone into this process which is highly unique for each one.
Can I be compassionate with myself and refrain from entering into any exchange of that quality, which is not an exchange at all and cannot be, because for an exchange, a meeting, there must be certain conditions: each must be on the same level, with the same intensity at the same time.
So to inquire into the state of ‘no time’ there must be a willingness to meet free of all concepts, beliefs, frames of mental/emotional reference, truths etc. etc.
Until that presents itself it is compassionate to myself and all involved to refrain from entering that arena altogether.