INSTITUTIONALISED

A mask is just a mask.
A kiss is just a kiss.
(A lie is just a lie.)

BUDDHA IN THE MUD. There are two truths: the real and the seemingly real. Their connection is the negative emotions. On the path of the seemingly real, the emotions imprison us. On the path of the real, the emotions liberate us. There is a secret life to the emotions.

Institutionalised

Institutionalised: apathetic and dependent
The formula of futile diligence; fear and false security.

Through ignorance, people follow other people; we cling and stick together. By being
institutionalised, we stop thinking for ourself and learn the formula. 

We want to be where ‘it’s’ at, not realising we’re already where ‘it’s’ at. 

We adopt behavioural patterns to surviving in the group. That is, however, the key that locks us into this institutionalised relative reality.

Relative reality is created by consciousness relating and reacting to reflections on the wall of consciousness. This entrapment has become our second nature; we bind ourselves to collective thinking. It doesn’t matter which side we take, we are still involved with the reflections on the wall and so, we become a type instead of theprototype; the original. Our first nature.

When realised, our ultimate reality of pure awareness / pure consciousness is free and belongs…

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About Ben Naga

The Spirit that graces me with its passing has no name and stems not from thoughts and words, though it gathers them up as it flows, but from feeling.

Posted on October 13, 2020, in Not A Poem At All, Reposted from elsewhere. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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