The Quality of Full Awareness

We can think we are being aware of a “something” and yet often it is a contracted or held awareness that by definition leads to faulty sensory appreciation.

Nothing and Everything

If we think of ourselves and the environment we are in being made up of an infinite number of layers – from the cellular level out to an expanding distance all around us – full awareness is of nothing (at the centre) and everything simultaneously.

In such an awareness nothing can be held and so any movement is in harmony with the whole.