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What does it mean to be in a land that never ends? This question seeped into my thoughts when I was writing an anthology of poetry, Evolutionary Nothingness Vol.1. I tried to understand the nothingness as something that does not exist, or a place in the mind that never ends. An extension of thoughts that are so strong, they become pieces of you, resembling vivid emotions.
I don't even know. Most of the time I hold it in, and during meditation sessions it comes out. Most times it comes through tears, twitches, pains in my legs, arms, shoulders and etc. When I was younger I used a journal/blog to jot these unhappiness feelings and that seemed to help. I think I should get back on that horse again! Hope that helps.
I thinks that each of just does the best that we can and the path towards suffering's cessation is a graduated process. I suspect with sharp enough eyes and courage, some levels of compartmentalization and cognitive dissonance might be spotted in any of our shadows right up to the end of that path.Hardheartedly agree. Speaking from my own experience, I am not doing the best I can. I can always do better. I also contradict myself more than I can count, but I try to be mindful and focused, but it is difficult, but I try. That's the best I can do, and that is keep trying and trying and trying. Good thread!!