This site has been created to expand and share on some of the insights that led to the writing of It's Monday Only in Your Mind: You Are Not Your Thoughts.

The Path of No Path

Life is always perfect in the present moment because it’s always what’s there, and no made up path will change this, but the path of no path will because nothing needs to be any different than what it is.

The path of no path is the most freeing path one can be on even though there’s no path. Can it get any more confusing, lol. Sit with this and just keep repeating what this means. The path of no path is the most freeing path one can be on even though there’s no path. There is so much freedom when one realizes whether you read another book, feed the homeless, carry a message to detox centers, write articles and post them on social media, do yoga, meditate or whatever spiritual path you may think you’re on, the path of no path is the only way that allows one to be totally free, and why this is so is because there’s so much peace in not needing things to be in any other way except in the way that they are. You can do all those things listed as there’s nothing wrong with them, but only when they are done for no reason whatsoever will there not be a need for them or anything else for that matter to be done.

Can you see the total freedom in this. No attachment to a path leaves one with the greatest and most freeing path of all, and that’s accepting life exactly as it is without creating a story about something that needs to be done. If one doesn’t have the ability to be with themselves, blemishes and all, a path will need to be developed to try and get rid of the blemishes, but such is the nature of life that since nothing stays the same, tomorrow’s blemishes will always arise, regardless if all of them were removed today. Life is always perfect in the present moment because it’s always what’s there, and no made up path will change this, but the path of no path will because nothing needs to be any different than what it is.

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