less and more

mind regrets the disappearance of metaphysics,
when it locks itself within nihilistic perspectives

the state without mind doesn’t care at all …


Picture by bvdb (whoisbert) july 2015 – @home – Nikon D3300 – x_dsc_2172

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14 thoughts on “less and more

  1. I LOVE being in the state of Mind that doesn’t care. I couldn’t be in it enough! I adore your image and how you portrayed the words to go with it. Of course this Beautiful One took me away to the Land of No Thought, just Color, Form, and Emotion. For this I truly am grateful to you, Bert!!! ❤

    • thank you, Amy. the state with a backgrounding mind is totally immersed in reality. we tend to equate it with happiness, but I see that this is not always the case. However, the disappearance of mind, when the intense colours of reality come forward, can always be called bliss …
      How long then does it take to get used to this state?
      What about the fruitless desire to go back there and not finding it … 🙂
      Love and Light

      • It seems when I try to reenact the state of bliss, it does not happen. It is when I just begin to let go of my thoughts …. not easy at times … and just merge with what I see around me, and then combining that with my camera, I find the elusive bliss.

  2. I spent the day with my daughters and grand daughters….and then reading this Bert, it occurs to me that women are continually dealing with their “personal weather” because of our physiology. Of course sometimes it exhibits mentally, sometimes emotionally, always physically…it is a metaphysical picnic. With experience “the state without mind doesn’t care at all …” about sums it up beautifully. Welcome to the club! (and I mean this sincerely)

    • thank you, Jana. Let’s have some tea at the club 🙂
      These past two weeks, a nasty flu was making our weather — but the fever is gone now, and all children are back to school — can’t find my nose, it is still running, and a nasty cough still makes me aware of some muscles I had forgotten existed.
      Emotions come and go, but mental mind tries to keep those alive a lot longer.

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