'Now' Chapter

Now

The internal now is different from the external now. The external now is eternally changing, and the external now is forever a mystery, and the external now is a lie. Reality is a flow, and it isn’t external in. The path of the external in is the path of death. You are now, and all that you feel, all that you see, all that you think, comes from you. When you live in the internal now thought changes. It doesn’t stop, but you see it for what it is.

“For true success ask yourself these four questions: Why? Why not? Why not me? Why not now?” James Allen (New Zealander Statesman. Minister of defense (1912-20), 1855-1942)

“How soon ‘not now’ becomes ‘never’.” Martin Luther (German Priest and Scholar, 1483-1546)

“If not me, who? And if not now, when?” Mikhail Gorbachev (Russian President of the Soviet Union (1985-91), b.1931)

External Now

I was asked to share my views of the “now“. The external now is eternally changing, and the external now is forever a mystery, and the external now is a lie. In the external now everything shifts, like shadows near… Seek More

Focus on Internal Now

The internal now is different from the external now. We do experience the internal now from time to time. As children we either lived in it, or could have. For the child there is an “I”, but I can be… Seek More

Internal Now Knows

Sex is a way of being in the now? Well, it can be yes, but it’s usually not, because people focus on external sex and seek a disconnecting catharsis. The need for orgasm is external? The “need” is yes. The… Seek More

Deeper Now

I’m discussing the “now”, or my view of it such as it is. I don’t agree fully with much of the material that’s popular on the subject of the now, but I do believe it’s a valuable understanding. Where I don’t… Seek More

Be Here

Sin was originally a Greek term measuring the deviation of an arrow from a target, and it didn’t originally have other meaning. Sin was simply error, but error arises from the realm of the mortal. From the realm of the… Seek More