becoming abundance of whatever

becoming abundance of whatever

Yes by the way when I say matrix I am not saying it is a chaos. Like completely disordered. This is the, you know Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche used the word orderly chaos, the principle of mandala. It is orderly chaos. It is not like a chaos only. Oh everything. When a fish is looking at this matrix, no matter what, no matter what and where, the fish is going to confidently believe that inside this they can remain long time swimming. For us human beings, our matrix, the approach to this matrix is so limited. Yes we may be good at swimming but if you go inside the ocean without other gears maybe, we will know somehow one way or another after a while we have to get out and, you know, breath in. We will not know how to sort of remain there like a fish forever. Because this is how the inability to see this matrix has trapped us. And this, I don’t know whether you can see it but if you can sort of twist your mind a little bit. Even now it is happening. You are looking at me and I am looking at you. And that is it, this is the end, this boring perception is the only thing that we have. So limited, isn’t it. And then on top of it all this people are making things are even more boring. Fashion, all of this, it is all so exactly same thing, I don’t why. Actually twenty five years ago when I came to England it used to be quite different, like people wear like pink jackets and bell bottoms. Oh no not twenty five years ago, long time ago I think. I used to see this things. Now look at us now, so boring, the same. I can scan, there is Zara, Uniglow, Banana Republic. Then wannabe Tom Cruise, wannabe, what is it, just that. Just totally boring. The matrix is so much limited, squeezed and squeezed and squeezed. And we make our matrix so small. Releasing, we have to really release this matrix so that we become just abundance of whatever, you understand.

Outer, Inner and Secret Refuge, London 2010

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