STEP OUT OF VIEW
It is so easy and so often that we become caught in and caught up as a particular limited view or perspective. Such a view excludes other views and other people. Being caught in and as a limited view becomes a source of separation, division, confusion and conflict.
Our Meditation Practice is a way of helping the brain and mind move from the particular to the universal and from the exclusive to the inclusive.
My verse below expresses this point and the issues of any and all reference points of view. John B.
STEP OUT OF VIEW
All view and every view;
Is from a point, a position, a paradigm; from a personal reference perspective.
Any, all and every personal perspectives;
From a particular reference point;
Are by their very nature, caught into being;
A condition, which is conditioned and thus also conditional.
All views are thus,
Limited, less than and lost to limitations.
They are not whole and holistic; not all and every;
Not unlimiting and unlimited.
Any view, every view and all view,
Is a from a somewhere, a some-when, and a someone.
From a self, a self-centred, self-centric,
Identity and particular positioned, position.
So, what then might or may happen when,
We step out of view?
What happens when we step outside of our self, the view making mechanism;
Out of self and into Unconditioned Awareness – Knowing – Being?
‘Right View’ is the first Path and Practice Factor of the Buddha’s
Wisdom Way and Way of Wisdom, to Ultimate Freedom.
Yet this Right View in its Transpersonal, Enlightened, Seeing Sense,
Is the ‘No-View’ or ‘Non-View’ of no person or a non-personal perspective!
Is an Unconditioned, Unconditional, Non-Condition.
It is the No-View, Non-View, Out-of-View;
Unlimited Awareness and Unconditional Knowing.
This Enlightened Mindful Knowing is at the Heart of us all.
If only we would let the mind step out of personal view and perspective
And realise ‘Perennial Non-personal Enlightened View.
This is the Buddha’s Blessing and the birthright of us all.