Are We All One?
Question: What is your opinion of the spiritual notions that ‘We Are All One’, ‘All Spiritual Paths lead to the same Goal,’ or the idea of a ‘Collective Consciousness’ awakening?
Pure Awareness recognizes no identity, neither many nor one, neither duality nor unity, neither bondage nor liberation.
Awareness recognizes no paths , not one or many, or traveler or destination to arrive to or from.
Relax the seeking, relax the seeker. Relax the grip, relax the grasp. Relax.
Illusion like suffering is propelled by the illusion like suffering that there is an identity to be liberated, namely oneself or others. Without an identity that hopes for the end of suffering, there is no suffering,
Pure Awareness neither recognizes consciousness nor unconsciousness, neither individual nor collective.
Awareness only recognizes the insubstantiality of itself, as itself, in every appearance and identity.
Neither the appearance of positive nor the appearance of negative circumstances is a barometer of suffering or realization. All appearances are perfect, for all appearances are mind.
Only false self-identification gauges measures of progress; attainments are a deceptive measure of identity, not realization.
Believing that thinking or not thinking is good either good or bad is delusional. There is no mind that thinks or doesn’t think, all apparent thinking deemed good or bad, is mind itself.
There is neither a person that has emotions or a mind that has emotions - all emotions are mind.
There is no mind that experiences sensations or a person that has sensations. All sensations are mind.
There is no mind that experiences a body, or a person that is or has a body. The body and mind are undifferentiated.
There is no mind that experiences breathing, there is no body that experiences breathing. All breathing is mind.
Severing or not severing the mind of belief makes no difference to Awareness, as Awareness neither seeks nor sees anything to sever. There is no primacy to leap into or over, Awareness is primacy.
All ambition is identity seeking and is the desire for power for that same false identity, which is a display of -Continues in Comments-