Excerpt About Freedom

Complete Freedom
The experience of absence is complete freedom. You are completely not there, completely absent; you don't come and you don't go. You don't think of dying, for dying doesn't make sense anymore. As there's nobody there to die, there's also nobody there to live. There is awareness of the world, but that awareness of world does not belong to anybody, does not belong to a self or any kind of center. universal consciousness becomes the world, and absence is the emptiness that underlies consciousness, that is beyond consciousness without itself being anything at all.

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