The Fullness of Love

When you have something, it will be taken away. But when you are empty, what is there to lose? Prior to all gain, what is present?
And what is, when even this is left behind? Meditation is not addition. It is subtraction.
Take away all that you believe yourself to be,
and you rest in the unconditioned fullness of love: So be quiet. Cease all doing. Stop all non-doing. Don’t make this difficult.When you have something, it will be taken away. But when you are empty, what is there to lose? Prior to all gain, what is present?
And what is, when even this is left behind? Meditation is not addition. It is subtraction.
Take away all that you believe yourself to be,
and you rest in the unconditioned fullness of love: So be quiet. Cease all doing. Stop all non-doing. Don’t make this difficult.

You see there is no way to get there from here. For there is no ‘there’ to go to.
So just be. Here. Now. Before ‘I’ arises
and mind makes a difference.


~ Richard Miller