102 On Existence
None of us exist in the sense of what people think of as the "self".
The self is a collection of traits, attributes, knowledges, and physical, mental, emotional and energetic qualities that come together to form the illusion of a stable and singular entity.
Your conditionings go on to cement this concept by putting false limits and definitions on this constructed "self".
In reality, we are, all of us, existence itself in the form of nodes of the Divine.
We are facets of God.
It is important that you exist in the sense of what you are in the moment, of being true to your current "self", to the reality of your current experiences, and not the constructed "Self" that tries to keep you trapped in one identity.
You are the experience, and the experiencer, coming together.
That is the Mahamudra.
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