“Writing on water” =
Return to and start from “0”
“Oh, I see you…” (Alarm-clock-of-Intention: tightening/loosening effort-of-attention)
Knowing and Object (Noting: each arising points back to Awareness)
Flow and Stillness (Receive-Relax-Release: Mind settled in its natural state)
Receptive Description and Active Instruction =
Silence underneath noise; Stillness amidst motion; Settledness that grounds upheaval; Space that cradles light; Awareness underpinning appearances; Mind that knows mind.
If something arises in the mind, leave it: there should be no second action (non-action should follow arising)
Sensations, thoughts, and images are all waves of the mind, not occurrences from outside the mind:
if you are undisturbed by the waves, they will calm
Seeing the nature of mind and appearances of mind as the same (mind perceiving itself) is Big Mind
the uni-verse [the “one-saying”]
is totally within the Mind:
It is You who loves it into and out-of existence.