By Tony Parsons
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Although you're going to say that you haven't come down here, that somehow you're just here .. You see what I’m trying to say? Yes, I know what your mind is trying to say. When I use the word 'purpose', your mind wants there to be a purpose and a journey towards somewhere, so that everything that's happening is leading people to somewhere or other. What I mean about the fact that there is no purpose is that actually there is nothing happening. Nothing has ever happened. Nothing will ever happen.
The seeker is praying to its own nature - 'Please reveal yourself', let's say. 'I'm ready to give up everything for that'. Although people don't necessarily come here thinking that they're ready to give up everything, that's actually what is going to happen in the end. This is about giving up everything. Or you could say it's about giving up investment in an appearance. But it is a kind of death, and it seems like a threat because we're so used to living in this thing we think we know, the 'me'.
Hitler is happening through that body/mind. It's as simple as that. But in terms o f what we are doing here, presumably we've got good motivations for being here . . No, you might think you have, but they're totally selfish! You've come here to find something that you want. They're totally perfect, o f course! Absolutely perfect, but not good or bad. On the one hand you're saying our motivations are selfish . . But selfishness is perfect - everything is perfect. So it's rather a pointless word, isn't it?