Freedom is "to be free IN all conditions..."
It is NOT "to be free FROM any of them!"

"The Integrated Yawning and Stretching Technique" or "AuraPuri"

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Freedom and Dependency

Unilateral dependencies and mutual reciprocal relating.

One cannot recover freedom or "achieve" liberation by attempting to remove relating. In spite of what one might have been led to believe, seclusion (the seeming absence of relating) is only a temporary tool, as in essence there is no escape necessary from relating.

Freedom is not "freedom from", freedom lies in the trustful surrender to unconditional relating.
That is how the worlds turn, from the smallest to the largest, a wonder of multitudinous and multidimensional connectedness.


Peter: There is a sense which feels the world.
For instance, I feel rocks better than I feel my bones. (That is, when they don't hurt.)
If you have not used this sense, you're missing out on an awesome thing.
But, first, you must forget about finding the right place for each thing.
Rocks are not outside, neither is the sky. There is no place, no outside, and no time but now.

Wim: Yes! And that reminds me of Nagarjuna's "interdependency", nothing has arisen without it, nothing can, nothing will! Such is that wonder of "reciprocal causation".
 
Peter: It would be interesting to see how this - let me call it - "natural law of  interrelatedness" is related to that "unconditional freedom" that you always talk about?

Wim: One cannot recover freedom by attempting to remove relating.
In spite of what one might have been led to believe, there is no escape necessary from relating.
Freedom is not "freedom from", freedom lies in the trustful surrender to unconditional relating.
That is how the worlds turn, from the smallest to the largest, a wonder of multitudinous and multidimensional connectedness.

Even if unwilling one will still be moved.
Any resistance is futile.
Any hope that resistance will somehow be successful is illusive.

Any such false hope has only been generated within a skirmishing mind that illusively and deludedly forgot how to serve, a mind that in too many of us came to assume its own supremacy.


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