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This Knot Is You Being Fear


The knot is there, and its unavoidable, and you don’t like it. 
It is pain. It is fear. 
This is what makes a renunciate out of people,
the discovery of Me and the self-contraction at the same time. 
In full hearing and seeing, that’s what makes people renunciates, because it is pain. 
It’s extraordinary pain, at the same time extraordinary bliss,
 but the pain is where you sit, and you are moved to feel out of it, 
and be relieved of that enclosure, that divorce from the Divine, that sinfulness. 
You dislike it so much, you dislike that knot so much, 
that you become utterly concentrated in going beyond it. 



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