Distinguishing Between Illusion and Hallucination

A hallucination is, I can put my hand through a chair because it’s not really there. There is no chair. But an illusion is, something is there but I am not seeing it. I’m seeing something else. I see a chair but it’s actually atoms. Or information. Or Jesus teaching me how to forgive theContinue reading “Distinguishing Between Illusion and Hallucination”

Beyond Thinking about Stillness

Stillness does not ask anything of us. Nor can it be misunderstood. It is given totally and unconditionally. Yet if we are thinking about stillness, then we do not know stillness. The problem is not thinking – thinking can be very creative and useful in context. The problem is “about.” “About” comes from an OldContinue reading “Beyond Thinking about Stillness”