“Spiritual practice (the pathless path from here to here) boils down to something very simple.
Being present, awake, open.
Resting in the simplicity of what is.
Being what we cannot not be: the happening of this moment, just as it is.
This is the end of grasping and seeking, the end of resisting and avoiding, the end of trying to fix myself and be somebody else, the end of trying to figure it all out or get the right conceptual map nailed down.
This is not knowing anything and not needing to know.”