- Ok mate, better, but see how you go into theory? Could be this, could be that?
What we focus on is what we see and know to be real. That's key. That was we don't drift off into the mind, into thoughts, and distract ourselves.
This is incredibly simple, but it needs pure focus on what's actually happening, so we can look at it with direct observation and get a proper grip on what's true.
So you say they are just happening, cool. Is a 'me' making them happen, do you need to control them?
Remember, no theory. Just direct observation..
- All this really is Kiran, is a tearing down of the mystery of life and taking a real look at what's true. That's what this whole thing turns on.
Direct observation of what's true. You got lost in thought, so has the world. What you're doing now is just looking without the theory, and alas, there is no 'me'.
That simple observation, that lie, that illusion. Was there ever a you Kiran?
- No - not fiction. Just a 'story'. Woven with the rest of my environment. It no longer seems separate. All intertwined. No personal 'self' is what I am now 'seeing'.
- There is weight removed in one sense. However, the trouble I have is working out how to deal with patients in this way! Truly. Because I cant be telling them that its all a 'story' - as true as it is. In addition my actions and reactions to patients, public and practitioners has begun to change.