neither the doer, or the doing or the done, but all of those things and none.

A stay at a monastery I had it once too, but in a religious context at the time. I’m not religious now, but I believe what they call a “mystical experience” is something anybody can do. Doesn’t matter how you get there really.

It’s totally worth it too. You’re not really there. You’re just… “a part of”. You can’t even go “Wow this is awesome!” because there’s no “this”. There’s no “that”.

And it sounds REALLY WEIRD trying to put it into words because… well, words suck at describing it. It’s just neat I guess.

Defocus your eyes and be aware where you are right now. Let yourself disappear. The thoughts float by. The feelings float by. They’re not you.

I also believe that active meditation is found in what they call “Flow” – atheletes feel it, where they are neither the doer, or the doing or the done, but all of those things and none.

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