Fear is the disease and the medicine.

Swimming naked in the Ocean was the cure, from the fear of being naked.

Fear is the demon. The saviors are not “out there” but inside that fear.

Is fear “bad”?

It is ironic how that which will help us to be free, is considered “bad” and because of that rejected.

There is no need to conquer fear. There is no “I” able to do that, for fear is not something that could be conquered.

We feel fear, we acknowledge it, we observe it, we become aware of it, fully, without hesitations and without beliefs of what it should be.

“It should be love.”

That rejection will not allow us to become aware of what is.

The same principle, which I’d like to call inner honesty, is very important to be at ease, for without acknowledging “what is” there is no way to be open to what “could be.”

In another consciousness, “spirituality” has nothing to do with spirits, nothing to do with the after life, nor with God and the Devil.
“Spirituality” is about living Life in joy, “now.”
Heaven is “now.” You are “now.”

No worship needed, no religious hierarchies, nor dogmas to believe in. It is the search for Oneness without striving for it, without doing things or practicing things to “accomplish“ that. It is a process, which already has its own destination, ready to be unfolded as the path narrows down into oblivion.

It is truly the encounter of that which we call “self” into its seldom-walked path, called “no-self.”

As we become closer to the reality of “lack of I-ness” there will be acceptance, openness, love and joy without someone, the “I,” trying to “make effort,” to “work on virtues” such as being loving, detached, tolerant, and all of those meaningless words; those ideals which are only existent in the mind of those who are filled with concepts, analysis and beliefs. A word is meaningful for them, but a definition is not the thing. It cannot be.

“Spirituality” is openness of feelings, the heart, consciousness…awareness.

It is at that point, when we could truly appreciate Nature, which is Life in its “natural” way.
As that appreciation increases, oneness with all there is, will no longer be a “concept,” but it will be truly felt, truly experienced and with that knowing, any sort of intellectual knowledge will be completely discarded as superfluous and even limiting.

The concert of Nature, the ever playing sounds of that orchestra, is an exquisite healing experience, irreplaceable, unique and beneficial for all beings.
The common good.

There is no church, temple or worship place capable of coming close to Nature’s beauty.
There is no meditation room able to bring completeness, fulfillment and peace without having a purpose in mind: The “I am meditating because I want this other thing to happen to me.”

There is no symphony of human instruments capable of bringing the spirit of “non-being” completely alive, as a gift to humanity. Nature is the perfect teacher without words.

Every bird, every element of Nature merely acts as it should, without looking into becoming the “star” of the show, or the creator of the melody. No one asks for credit.
There are no directors nor composers, no gurus or clergy to follow, no hierarchy. It is only Oneness without a name, without a title for that playing song of the “now.”

Those who are capable of observing the silent teachings of Nature, are able to follow its rhythms, pace, movements and understand that the intelligence behind it has no name; for every single species, every single being makes up everything there is.

Most humans are concerned with names, labels and limiting definitions; which do not allow an experience of what is, but just a description of what “should be” according to someone. In that world, to follow is a necessity.

When a human being learns to be in communion with “what is,” then there is no need to find anything outside himself…. Not because there is self-absorption, a “me” to feed; but because there is no-self.

Paradoxically, no-self means the capacity to be everything.

It is at that point when we could realize that there was no time when the “outside” was different than the “inside.”

We cannot be separated from Nature. That is our “nature,” the human nature. What comes after that experience cannot be manipulated. A human being needs to have the experience of a human being while being a human being.

As societies and religious groups are interested in changing man into something else, whether an angel, a saint or even a murderer and a corrupt being; the process of taking man away from mother Nature, is unavoidable.

When man loses his roots, man loses his sense of belonging. Then it is an “I” against another and the belief to be “right” will appear supported by the righteousness of Gods and Devils, which are residing in a fearful out of balance mind.

Fear will take us away from Nature. Going back to Nature is the medicine for the mind and the heart.

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5 comments

  1. saree

    This really touched me today….maybe because growing up in rural Minnesota nature was always my solitude, my sanctuary and even my support. It was a place where i felt i not only belonged, i was a part of. I was accepted and embraced (hmm entangled may be a more accurate word). i find nature intoxicating but with a perfectly clear head. In Florida i’ve not found the place where i can break my own trail and make a day into an adventure and have complete solitude like where i grew up but ive found that i have everything i need from nature right here in my neighborhood when i create the space to par take. i remember where my serenity is 🙂 Thank You Ahnanda for the reminder! I’ll be printing todays message up 🙂

  2. lvsrao

    Very Great Article. Reminder to what is Life. Quite knowledgeable.
    Very nicely expressed the events related to Nature and all have come out of Nature and merges into Nature.
    That’s Natures Beauty and Hidden Truth.

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