Excerpt About Stillness

When Your Center Becomes a Stillness
By stillness I don't mean that there is no movement, physical or mental movement. I'll explain more. When I say that there is no stillness, I mean that when you observe any object of your perception, you are looking at it from a place that is either going toward or way from what you are looking at. You are either saying, "I want it" or "I don't want it." So the place that you are coming from is in constant movement; it is not still. Real stillness penetrates all the way through to the place that you are coming from, or rather, it emanates from there. It doesn't mean that there is no movement in the field of perception. It has nothing to do with whether the body is moving or not. It is your center that becomes a stillness.

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