An I perspective interrupts the natural flow of life because I judges. It does this because it’s the nature of I and it needs to satisfy itself, but in stillness there’s love because it’s already satisfied.
A mind that responds from an I perspective is selfish because it’s the nature of I, but a mind that responds from the intuitiveness of stillness is loving because it’s the nature of stillness. What happens when one comes from an I perspective is it interrupts the natural flow of life, this instantly breaks the harmony one has with life. I is the creator of I and all that arises from this creation is there to satisfy itself. It’s what I does, it’s not right or wrong, it’s just I doing what I does.
Whether it’s I am right and you’re wrong, or it’s some behavior that’s there to strictly satisfy some inner justified desire to fulfill itself, I is a flow stopper of life. It’s the nature of I to do this, it can’t help itself because of how selfish and self centered it is. When one begins a sentence with I they should stop because not much good can come from I. It’s just the way I is, there’s no harmony when it comes to I.
So in a world where I is exalted, how does one go beyond it to a place of stillness? From my experience this isn’t a doing because it would be I that’s doing, it’s a state of grace where one can just be. This is the natural flow of life where there’s a stillness that puts one in harmony with all that is. It’s the place where the so called imperfections of life are perfect because without I there’s isn’t judgement. Only I judges because it needs to satisfy itself and only stillness loves because it’s already satisfied.