Never can talk connect us as we can so deliciously experience in silence.
Enmeshment with our counterpart through the expression of opinion, view, statement, of agreement, disagreement, addition, extension of opinion, view, statement never leads to the experience of the real, the eternal connection of our beings.
This entanglement is born exclusively from the fear of loneliness, which calls out: „Do you hear me? Do you pay attention to me? Are we of the same opinion? Do you hear my view? I am when I express an opinion, aren’t I? I am when I have an opinion, a position and a view. When I have incidents, am I not? I am one with you when I am entangled with you in the drama of the lonely mind. When we say the yes and the no. When we toss our entanglement back and forth and have set ourselves hopelessly and inextricably trapped in a tangle of nothingness. Or? When we think that in opinion, position and incident any permanent unity could be manifested between us. Or?“
Sitting and being silent. In peace and in joy of each other’s being… This is refreshing experience of oneness. That is like crystal clear cool water. That is eternal knowledge. That is inner power. Afterwards you stand up and know about the eternal oneness. And you beam at your counterpart like a honey-cake horse. Because you know that he is you and that you are him.
Whoever has experienced this never again wants to stand in the sweaty heat into which the mind sends us when it fearfully tries to prove that we can only be one in opinion, view, position and event. That only through entanglement in conversation, in focus on the body and the mind can we experience unity. So brief, so transient unity. So limited unity to a few opinions, views, positions and occurrences….