In the teachings of awareness and the "I am", what is being spoken of is really the sense of self, the sense of separation. The "untouched awareness" is a disassociated me appearance, believing itself to be the source of it all. In some teachings this disassociated me is even revered. It is the me worshiping itself. A self created story, perpetuating its own sense of existence. The trouble with these teaching is that this experience of untouched awareness never seems to last.
This is so free. This is too free. It is all things. It is no thing. It isn't anything and yet is everything. All thoughts are it. All feelings are it. You can't get closer to it. You can't get away from it. You are it. You are not it. There is no you and yet a you appears. What a contradiction. What a paradox. What a beautiful and hilarious joke.
The spiritual me is sometimes the most insidious appearance in the seeker. It judges appearances as being a measure of freedom. It judges the behaviour of others as being either spiritual or common. What non duality points to is an equaliser of all appearances either seemingly course or refined. This, what is, is the great equaliser! A monk sat in perfect meditation is in essence no different from someone in the betting shop, smoking fags and having a beer. All appearances ar
Freedom is the freedom from liberation. What a relief! All that's left is this. There never was liberation, it was all a story. That whole seeking pantomime never led anywhere. What a hilarious disappointment..
can you find anything outside of what is here. Ok so there's a thought happening like, "I have work tomorrow and that will happen". Most likely it will yes, but maybe not, who can tell. Really though, what is happening is just the thought. Is that thought outside of this. No it's not. Everything is in this. This is the end of the line. This is the only outcome. Everything else is speculation.