Here are some recent quotes from my Facebook page:
It should be obvious that something is not necessarily true just because it is written in a sacred text or spoken by some great authority/teacher.
History and experience shows us that even highly intelligent people capable of great logical thinking can often have bizarre irrational beliefs
There is never a feeling of doership. What is called the feeling/sense of doership is just a cluster of sensations that is interpreted by the mind/thought as indicative of doership.
The concept of non-doership roots out the concept of doership. Then both concepts are let go of and neither concept exclusively operates in the mind.
Most seekers I work with are consciously or unconsciously seeking a subtle object and think lasting fulfillment will come through that. ie. They are seeking enlightenment as an experience. Much of my teaching is simply dispelling that notion in such a way that the seeker clearly sees.
Another way of putting it is that the feeling of doership can continue but that doesn’t mean you are a doer.
Oneness is also a story…a nice story, but a story nonetheless
What is, is. Accept it and move on. This doesn’t mean that you just passively accept things such as injustice…
Do you get what I’m saying?
There is no doer here, there never was one 😮
I don’t buy the whole ‘there is no time’ thing. When you look at it, time is just a way of describing movement.
The key is to see through the separate doer.
(Can you find a separate doer-entity? Where is this autonomous entity that supposedly authors thoughts and actions?)
When that is seen, what more can be done?
This is the whole purpose of atma vichara (self-inquiry)
The whole world is your guru, each and every experience, constantly emanating pure-teaching-essence beyond words.
Just be open and listen