During the Monday morning discussion on Adyashanti’s August ’07 retreat (file 1-14), they get into false dilemnas life appears to present. Seemingly impossible conflicts or decisions. “Should I be at my mothers deathbed?”
“In the end, you will always do the thing you wanted to do most.” “No exceptions.”
“I can’t dictate and you can’t dictate what you want most.”
Whatever expectations, should’s, complaints, and background story you have. I should or shouldn’t do this, etc etc. What you do is what you wanted. “It tells you, that’s what you wanted to do more. More than your screaming mind.”
“Consciousness in it’s undivided state, always moves towards the good.” We see this in retrospect though. The internal arguement comes from the remaining fear and resulting need for control.
This is really quite profound.
“…you will always do the thing you wanted to…”
If you don’t seem to be, that’s just the mind and story. Driven by fear or driven by truth, it is always what we want. So why all the fussing?