To be Radical

To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into its constructions any element that is not directly experienced, nor exclude from them any element that is directly experienced“.

William James






Today I will let my experience be the authority of my life. I will keep on coming back to my own perception, intuitions, musings, even if it means finding out that I forgot how to perceive, intuit, muse or that I have delegated that priviledge so long ago that I have to start all over again.


getting to the root,

digging down and and below

to my root beyond the dark soil

the mystery of existence

the luminous ground of being

the naked presence that gives rise to what is.

I am alive and the world shows up.

My eyes create the world in the same moment the world creates me

two births ,one celebration!


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