It seems sometimes that there are those who "know" something and point to Beingness, and those who are "trying to understand." What is the difference between the ones who "point" and the ones who "seek?"
Nothing, nothing, nothing. There are no knowers and no seekers. What comes out of "this" mouth is simply arising in THIS and what comes out of "that" mouth is another thing arising in THIS! There seems to be meaning in what is happening, but there isn't. It's just BEING, be-ing.
And yet, there still appears this play of appearances. Let's have a look.
Imagine a meeting where the "one" who knows is sitting at the front of the room and the "seekers" are gathered all around. Questions are asked and answered, there may be a feeling of energy around, and generally just a good time!
It is often said that the difference between the one who knows and seekers is that there is "no one there" at the front of the room. Words simply arise and seem to come through that body. As for the "seekers," it is said that there is a belief in a separate person happening. But who is it that believes in the separate person? Is there actually anyone believing?
Right-here-right-now, is there a separate anyone present? In direct experience, has there ever been a separate person? If a "yes" is arising, I ask you: where does your body end and space begin?
Where do "you" end and space begin?
See that in direct experience, there simply is THIS. Right-here-right-now, there never is a separate person.
An idea arises and it seems to connect with other ideas and before you know it voilà! there is a seeming person believing in personhood! But see right now how this is false. Imagine a bunch of ideas running around believing in themselves ;-)) Can ideas believe in anything??
See that the pointing and the seeking are just this wacky play of vibrations and that without "seekers" there can be no "knowers" and that this play is simply Beingness loving-to-be!
There is absolutely nothing to get. Seeking and investigating and eating and sitting and yoga and chocolate chip cookies - it's all THIS, all YOU, all supremely okay....more than okay, it's I AMness...
So, if there seems to be a separate person "there," notice (let's see if noticing happens) that, "oh, here's another idea arising in THIS, isn't that interesting?" It's impossible to get away from THIS, YOU. Everything that arises is simply YOUness, appearing as something distinct and separate.
So there is no one to believe. If that is true, then what is left? What is ever-present here now here now here now, if there is no one to know or not know or believe or seek??
Does that bring a smile to the face? It does here ;-))