Beyond the Mind: The Nameless

Fermi bubble graphic
“Fermi discovers giant gamma-ray bubbles in the Milky Way: … Each lobe is 25,000 light-years tall and the whole structure may be only a few million years old.”
—NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, November 9, 2010


Beyond the mind, nothing is what we think it is.

Anything or anyone we care to name – anything or anyone at all – exists beyond the mind only by convention.

Convention is the shared reality we tell each other about.

Our shared reality is what we think and say about what is. It is not what is. That is beyond words, beyond labels, beyond names: nameless.

The nameless is beyond whatever we may think, beyond even whatever we can think.

The nameless is beyond the mind. And this is where to be.

So – with a bow to Baba Ram Dass° for the three words – be here now.



 
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