Sitting on two stools.

As the Buddha is reported to have said: “Events happen – deeds are done – there is no individual doer thereof”.
Squeaky clean spiritual heroes are unbelievable.  The spiritual self-image is not the actuality of BEING.
The paradox of being caught between ‘being’ and ‘personality’ is an ‘uncomfortable place to be’. The paradox must be resolved by your own self – and yet there isn’t one. Being told there isn’t one is one thing – SEEING it as reality is the end of internal conflict over identity.
The end of that conflict appears to be ‘individual’ – yet the resonance in being (is universal) and can spill over and through ‘others’ dissolving the paradox.
The resistance to such an ‘event’ is called ‘ME’. There is no separation – this must be discovered for yourself – no one can do it for you.

As the Buddha is reported to have said: “Events happen – deeds are done – there is no individual doer thereof”.Squeaky clean spiritual heroes are unbelievable.  The spiritual self-image is not the actuality of BEING.The paradox of being caught between ‘being’ and ‘personality’ is an ‘uncomfortable place to be’. The paradox must be resolved by your own self – and yet there isn’t one. Being told there isn’t one is one thing – SEEING it as reality is the end of internal conflict over identity.The end of that conflict appears to be ‘individual’ – yet the resonance in being (is universal) and can spill over and through ‘others’ dissolving the paradox.The resistance to such an ‘event’ is called ‘ME’. There is no separation – this must be discovered for yourself – no one can do it for you.