One Day At The Park
There is a very interesting park that I go to near my apartment. It’s very long. It’s fairly wide, but is longer than it is wide. There’s a bench that’s about halfway down that I enjoy sitting on.
When I sit on this bench I can kind of see both ends of the park. On the left side there’s always an interesting collection of kids on skateboards skating around practicing their tricks. There’s also a group of moms that kind of congregate with their strollers.
On the far right side there is a kind of a brushy area with some bushes and sometimes inside the bushes you can see a few homeless tents. There’s an interesting energy in the air. Usually when you see, if you see homeless tents, because you can tell that some of the moms on the left side don’t like the existence of the homeless tents on the right side.
Cleared Out By Cops
Sometimes the police will come through and clear out the homeless tents. Within a few days later the homeless tents will come back. Particularly in the city there is a kind of an interesting understanding that they can’t quite outlaw homeless just yet. People still can show up and feed them and although I have seen the police hassle the people that are feeding the homeless.
I suppose as long as a homeless don’t do anything extraordinarily dangerous. As long as they don’t defecate or leave needles around or cause problems for anybody, they are kind of left alone. But all it takes is one phone call from one of the moms and the cops come in and sweep everybody away.
One day I was sitting there and I noticed the moms and I noticed the skateboards that I saw one yellow tent off to the right. I was kind of looking back and forth between the left side and the right side. I noticed a man walking towards me. At first I thought he was walking from the homeless side but the closer he got the more I thought maybe he was just a regular person.
Looking Right At Me
He was looking directly at me like he recognized me. I seemed to feel familiar with him, but I couldn’t remember where I knew him from. As he got closer I started to wonder what to do if called me by name. If he called me by name I wouldn’t know what to say because I couldn’t think of where I knew him from. But he didn’t call me by name. He didn’t reach his hand out. He sat down on the bench next to me.
I nodded and he nodded didn’t seem like he was going to say anything so I looked away and I kind of looked up into the sky. It was fairly overcast and then I heard them speaking. But the way I heard him speaking, I could tell that he wasn’t looking at me. He was just looking straight ahead and maybe saying random things that happen to be on the top of his head.
He said he noticed like when you’re falling asleep at night and you’re laying there and you’re having those familiar thoughts running through your mind and there’s an interesting shift where you go from watching thoughts to thinking thoughts.
Watching Or Thinking?
As soon as you shift into the realm of watching thoughts, it’s unexpected because you can’t really plan that transition. That transition always happens after you realize it. It’s never something you can plan on doing. You can’t be in your mind thinking thoughts and then tell yourself I’m going to shift outside of my thoughts into the realm of watching thoughts.
It’s almost you have to always catch yourself watching thoughts and the more you slip deeper into those watching thoughts the more you start to wonder about those thoughts that are on the periphery of your awareness. Those thoughts that seem to want you to recognize them and to remember them. A part of you is afraid to recognize those thoughts.
If you notice those thoughts, you might notice that there’s a lot more outside the periphery of your awareness then you realize. The deeper you go into your mind, the more you realize that you have an unlimited amount of thoughts that you haven’t thought and long time.
Deep In Your Mind
When you get deep down inside those thoughts and you start to think those, will create connections between thoughts that had never been created before. Every time you make a connection between thoughts you’ll start to think other thoughts the you hadn’t even invented yet.
Pretty soon you’ll be lost deep into the bottomless pit of thoughts in your mind. I looked at him and I said what does that even mean? He said look up in the sky. So I looked up in the sky. It was still overcast. He said focus on that point, the one you’re looking at right now.
Imagine the color blue. Let the color blue permeate your mind. Let the feeling of the color blue permeate your mind. Let the resonance energy of the color blue permeate your mind. As he was describing that, a small hole appeared in the clouds of blue and it got bigger and bigger and bigger and finally when the color blue had overtaken the entire sky.
Where’d He Go?
I looked to my right to ask him who he was but he was gone. I sat there. I look to the left and I saw the mothers and their strollers and the skateboarders. To the right was the yellow tent. I wondered if I had imagined this whole thing because it happened so quickly.
I couldn’t remember what had been said. I couldn’t remember any of these words. I just wondered if maybe there was an unexpected voice in my mind that I hadn’t discovered before, and that maybe when you find that voice in your mind, you’ll start to hear that a voice in strange places and strange circumstances.
You’ll start to think about that voice. You listen to the voice and you’ll follow the voice and maybe that voice can give you fantastic advice. Maybe not. Then I got up and I walked home. I went to sleep and had a dream about blue skies and wandering voices.
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