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SUMMARY:

The art of detaching is a very complex subject and overwhelming at times.

I get it; giving up what you most cherish makes you wonder if it’s worth the trouble when at the end no one really knows to what purpose and maybe regretting giving up what will never come back—for nothing?

But because I get to experience what I receive, perceive and transcribe, there is no doubt in my soul that detaching is the way to true enlightenment. But to detach you must first attach. Keep that in mind whenever the act of detaching begins to trouble your mind.

And the question remains: Detach from what? The answer is within you, especially when you know but choose to ignore—again; especially when you know and-choose-to-ignore.

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1 Detach from all things, detach from everything, because everything that you hold on to creates a new thought one after the other.

2 Live life moving forward thinking positively. Don’t hold on to anything. Do not store anything that is no longer needed. Do not hold on to dreams [1], do not hold on to what it was and no longer is. Do not hold on to anything.

3 No thoughts: No worries. Except, of course, for those responsibilities you have to meet: Those are your biddings. Those are the things that you have to do: To work and unfold the attachment that you no longer recognize as such.

4 Start enjoying life as it is. For example: as hard as it may seem to many; don’t even take pictures of what you see, because by that you are missing the moment. You are missing the splendor of things. You save them to remember. Save only what is for you to growth—not to attach.

5 For instance, I’m recording because I want to analyze, remember and go back over and over again until I get it. That is what memory is good for: To help you understand how things work and to help you ‘re-live’ the moment, so you don’t have to go through the thought process again. It helps you deal with the same thought process, so you let go.

6 As Buddha said: Work with it, accept it and let it go.

7 But that memory bank can also be used to preserve what is not needed to be preserved. It can also be used to the holding on to things that attach you to your thoughts.

8 Can you see the paradigm here? You can see the good and the bad. We call them good and bad things. We call bad things because we put labels. We know that is bad because it would take us farther away from where we belong, and that is an expression used to identify a process, you see?

9 Holding on to memories of what we have done in the past, and re-living them in our minds, like thinking that old days from the past were better than the present…it’s going to take us nowhere—nowhere.

10 In fact. Regretting what you’ve done in the past or desiring to re-live the past because you feel it was better than the present, it’s just letting your thoughts go strayed into negative thoughts.

11 Re-living what you did in the past, are your creation in thought form from what you grew attached. They are gone—they no longer exist, you see? That’s a thought, and when a thought takes you to the past it becomes the present, and the present is erased by the past.

12 Holding on to the past is bringing back to the present the past, which is not learning, not growing, it’s taking you nowhere, you see?

13 And the process is very simple: Use your memory only for good, which is to help you understand the process. Don’t use it as a memory bank for those days that were and no longer are, because they will take you nowhere. You see?

14 For instance, if you are watching TV, look for the details that you need to extract in the learning process of your journey. Don’t get involved in the meaning of what is presented and not a reality that you can live, don’t want to live or the like.

15 Don’t identify with it. Just look at the core meaning of life on every programming there is and acknowledge how far behind or advanced we are while keeping your mind in positive thinking from all those negative thoughts.

16 Transform them, use them, absorb all that negativity and convert it from negative thought into positive thought that can strengthen your positive thought reinforcement.

17 But be careful—don’t spend your whole life ‘thinking’ because the thought process is actually the one who has kept us where we are.

18 Use it positively to grow, and give it a lot of rest to your mind by reminding you that the thought process needs to be controlled. Control your thought process. Take a daily dose of non-thinking. Just not thinking, and learn the process.

19 Learn it all, because either way, you will have to learn it. There is no way out…there is no escape route.

20 Everything unfolds, everything keeps on moving, nothing stops. By wanting it to stop you are just making it harder on yourself because then you will get used to it.

21 One negative thought will lead you to another. One positive thought will lead you to another. That’s the way it is. Now show me which way do you want to go: The positive thought or the negative thought?

22 And the negative is not bad…well, is bad, because it doesn’t lead you to where you need to go, but it is not bad, because it is just a thought. It’s still a thought, and in essence, a thought is just a thought.

23 It doesn’t have to be complicated. Just go back in union with the one force: The original source—the original thought. It has always been. No beginning and no end [2]. It just IS.

24 There’s going to be a time when the thought will calm and would become smooth (subtle), but it will always be moving—always will be moving, because the essence is one, and that essence is everlasting[3].

25 A thought after a thought after a thought, indefinitely. And human notion may think there is no ending taking you nowhere. But to the contrary:

26 When you realize you are a thought and that you are part of THAT thought, and just being part of that thought is all it takes, then you are free! Because you are thought.

27 And freedom is acknowledging the fact that you are thought. You don’t need to go anywhere because a thought has nowhere to go (you are the doer)—It’s only a thought. And a thought is Life itself. You see?

End notes:

[1] Not the dreaming process but the dreaming aspect of imagining as to wanting or desiring something.

[2] The concept of no beginning and no end makes reference to the source o life, and it bears no relation with the creation of Life which DOES have a beginning and an uncertain future as we advance through the evolution of the soul.

[3] This essence, being one, is the original source, where human comprehension becomes limited as to interpreting its perpetuity beyond human comprehension.

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