I have written articles about witnessing, but this is a new (to me) aspect of it, and I consider it my duty to share it.
Why? Because of all the people that I know, only a tiny fragment of them has the habit of witnessing.
What is the principle?
Without witnessing nothing happens.
And I might add, nothing intended happens. Nothing new… Now, is this a rule? Is this really a happening
phenomenon? No, it is more in the domain of occurring
Given that your life’s experience (and your actions) are consistent with the occurring world, even if something happened, it would not make much of a difference for you.
What is the occurring world?
Occurring world is an expression that includes that we have no direct relationship with reality since the introduction and subsequent dominance of the mind.
When you look at a flower, you don’t experience the flower, there is a buffer between you and the flower made by words, made by recognition.
Anything that you don’t recognize doesn’t exist in reality for you.
The famous example from the movie “What the bleep do we know?” when the first Spanish ships arrived to the coast of what we now call America, the natives could not see them. They saw the ripples in the water, but they could not see ships. They hadn’t seen sails, or anything on the water the size of a Santa Maria.
By the time they realized that people were embarking into row-boats, it was too late to put up a really big defense.
I have arguments with really knowledgeable people about water. The more they “know” the less they can see what’s in front of them as real. People experience the taste change of the Energy Water, but their mind can’t wrap their minds around it, so they need to deny it.
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