There is only now.
And in this moment life is presenting you with exactly what you need.
Somebody just ask me, “What about my life? I don’t have a direction.”
If you’re looking for a direction, very hard to hear what needs to be said, and that is, there is no direction. There is no meaning to life. There is no point to life.
And then we get really shaky about that, because what’s life about then? Well, we don’t know. And if you do know … huh, you now that you don’t know, is there isn’t a direction. There is only … now. This is all there is. But of course, when you’re looking into your mind for a solution, the mind only works in duality, past and future. So it’s never here now. A mind cannot be here now, past and future. And there is … only … now.
So now we’re in a very nice temperature. We’re sitting very comfortably. We’re with very beautiful people. We’re in an incredible space on the planet. We’re not hungry. We’re not ill. We’re…. Here we are. But the mind says,” What if? But what about the future?” There isn’t a future. There is … only … now. And you can’t say that to the mind, because the mind can’t understand that. It says, “Yes, but….” There … is … only … now. That’s all there is. That’s all there ever is!
And then, in this moment we do have at least the illusion of a choice. And the choice is to be grateful or to complain. When you complain, you poison yourself, and you poison everybody around you. You put out a frequency that is damaging to you physically, emotionally and mentally. And that’s where most people live most of the time. They’re complaining. They want … more.
Once you’ve learned, say through the Satori Group, or some technique way, [fingers snapping] you click out of that, [gasp] you switch. And to start, you go to its opposite, gratefulness. You’re just grateful for what is. And that’s a contamination as well. Eventually gratefulness dissolves. And then there’s this state that can’t be explained, because it doesn’t have an opposite. Jesus called it ‘the peace that passeth all understanding’. You can’t understand it. You can’t describe it. You can’t. It’s just an indescribable state. You can’t even say it’s good, because that’s the opposite of bad. It’s just an … is-ness. And it’s here, and it’s now in every single person and every single thing. That is the frequency.
I don’t know whether you can hear this on the tape you’re listening, but there’s a hiss in the background. It’s insects, broken up now, ts ts and then it goes tststststststs. And that’s like … life. It’s there. This peace, this … state is there all the time, and we go away from it. “I … want … my way! And if I don’t have it, it’s somebodies fault.” That’s the way we’ve been brought up. Competition. We were been brought up like that at school, in our families. And it’s poison.
Existence is giving us exactly what we need … in every single moment. What … we … need! And we come up with, “I want!” But you don’t realize, you may want to get on that aero plane, but you don’t know whether is going to crash or not. But existence does, it knows what you need. And if you fight existence, first of all you’ll be in misery anyway with the fighting. And there will be consequences, and there’re not pleasant.
Let go. Be here now. Watch the mind complaining and blaming and so on. Watch it going there … and be here and be grateful … for what is. And there’s this old story, you’re always better off than someone, and you needn’t go there.
Just be here. And I’ll put it this way, you’ll feel wonderful.