Kenneth Madden

Little Skellig

Knowing of the world can only happen when there is someone separate to it, in time and space, to do so. In actuality, time and space are thrown up from a sense of feeling like a separate self which is only apparently real. When that sense of feeling separate collapses it is seen that there was only ever wholeness and there is only an amazing adventure of life in free-fall. The big joke is that you are already what you look for. There is no space or time as there are no separate objects, so the world could never be known and never needed to be. It is too immediate to be known, it is simply already this, and this is all that is, this is everything.

7 Comments

Patricia said:

Thanks you Kennie although I don’t know you. It is a voice a reminder, a celebration, a joy, a true friend, a mirror… thanks is just a way of saying something instead of nothing

4:05 am June 24, 2011 | Link
Kenneth said:

Thank for the lovely comment Patricia!

8:15 pm June 24, 2011 | Link
Chitiz said:

Hello kenneth, would you say what is happening all there is?

2:14 pm June 25, 2011 | Link
Kenneth said:

This, what appears to be happening is all there is. There is no boundary what so ever and all is one, whole and complete. All there is is energy, appearing as form. Form and formless are the same, nothing and everything is the same. Understanding is only a feature of experiencing oneself as a separate individual and has no relevance to what is in fact sought.

7:26 pm June 25, 2011 | Link
Chitiz said:

Do you no longer beleive in an external world?

5:34 pm June 26, 2011 | Link
Kenneth said:

i don’t believe in anything, there is nothing to believe in, there is simply being alive.
What is being communicated here is beyond concept, it cannot and does not need to be known. Beliefs are conceptual constructs that can form part of the glue that apparently keeps ‘me’ together. When there is the contracted sense of feeling separate, there is an inner ‘me’ and and outer or external world in which I relate, operate and negotiate a better deal of myself by knowing.
The skin usually feels like the boundary or divide of this inner and external, but if you look at it discriminating manner it is obvious that processes such as breathing and osmosis blur the line between internal and external bringing into question the absolutely solid nature of this boundary.
It is the feeling of inhabiting an internal world and looking out on an external one that characterizes the sense of being a separate ‘Me’ with choice and volition, moving in time and space etc, that is being questioned here. It is a game, a story, absolutely taken for granted and rarely ever questioned. There never was a ‘me’, there is only being or aliveness. There is only energy

8:43 pm June 26, 2011 | Link
Patricia said:

genious description
simple,clean

12:00 am June 27, 2011 | Link

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