Sunday, September 18, 2011

A case of mistaken identity

Doubtlessly knowing who we are,
innately, without form or object.
Feeling whole and complete.
An openness which is unmoving
is not rejecting,
is not reaching out.
This is our natural state which will
become apparent once
the belief in the person has subsided.

Once the true identity has been
seen and taken on,
erroneous beliefs fall away.
Like a house of cards.

All problems of existence are there
because of a case of mistaken identity.
When there is no person to reference,
its just life happening.