Which way do I always go?

Which way do I always go? It is the reactive tendency that moves our attention towards thought, towards speech, towards action, ultimately towards separation from a present moment awareness to life as it unfolds.

How does one come to know life in this way and function continually from an unlimited perspective?

The need for analysis is not useful here. It is in the falling back, in the staying as the unlimited perspective, as the knowing rather than the known, where the true perspective can be realized.

It is the unknown, exactly what is not seen when looking from a limited perspective. But nothing is ever missing because the unlimited reality has always been here, is always true and all encompassing of what is. It is what I am. It is what You are.

The known is observable within the framework of the unknowable, which is truth, which is existence, which is wholeness, which is unchanging, which is here, now, everywhere, as your eternal presence, that which notices the dynamic flow of life unfolding… as the great mystery.

So is there anything to do about this ever changing reality?…. , Perhaps not as a doer, but as the changeless participant of the changing. From the perspective of the whole, is change itself an embodiment of the happenings of the unmanifest becoming the manifest.

How change arises, and the perceived need for its arousal comes to the fore as a creative force opening into life. A flower, a tree, a newborn opening its eyes for the first time. Change comes, not as a grasping for differences, but as the fulfillment of desire.

The fulfillment is in the felt sense of deepening into the unknown, but in fact is more accurately termed as a falling away, a shedding of the layers that illusify a longing for the known, that of separation, which is the limited perspective acting as if it is the limitless knower. From the true perspective of fullness, limitation is an observable experience, occurring inside the limitless.