without thought the body simply disappears

At the same time that there is the life and experience of being Vonna (this particular body); at the same time there is no Vonna to be found.  There is no boundary between inside and outside. Sounds, even sites, are “in here” as much as thoughts and feelings are “in here.”  In direct experience, without ideas superimposed of inside and outside, in direct experience, there are no walls on which to be on either side of; it’s all a seamless whole, all of it…

I don’t think big explanations and descriptions help toward the experience of absolute intimacy and knowing directly the inseparability of awareness and phenomena.

To either seek an out of body experience or to revel in one seems pointless at best, and imaginary only, just as an in the body experience is imaginary.  The body is a concept only, it’s made of thought.

Without thought telling us where and what and who the body is or “belongs to” there is no body at all!  Without the benefit of memory (thought) you couldn’t know anything about “your body.”  How old is it?  What size is it?  What is its gender? Without thought the body is only random sensations without an actual outline.  Without thought to hold it together the body simply disappears.

~ Vonna Smith

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Extract from a post to The Way of Light group

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4 thoughts on “without thought the body simply disappears

    • Ahhhh. Humming seems to go with aliveness, I’ve noticed.
      Energy moves, life dances.
      Thank you for commenting, dear C, hum on!
      ~ ml

    • Yes, the whole of life is a seamless whole!
      I can find no-‘body’ existing separate from that wholeness… can you?
      Thank you for your comment, dear AM
      ~ ml

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