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Hold on, you're talking about God, aren't you? I'm not really talking about God - I'm just talking about the fact that it is something; it is being. It is something, or it's nothing . . It is both something and nothing. It's this. It isn't a consciousness from somewhere - this is, if you like, consciousness. This is life. There is simply life playing life, and there's nothing that's directing that and nothing that's choosing anything. There is no destiny. There's nothing going anywhere at all.
On the other side, feminine energy, you could say, can have a very emotional sort of experience which is very powerful and has all the colour and fire of love, devotional love. But somewhere there isn't the impersonality there that the male energy has. And then what happens is that if there's a real marriage of clarity and passion, then again liberation can happen. So really liberation is just a marriage. It isn't just a marriage it's the marriage. Fire and ice extinguish each other and the result is nothing awakening into everything.
So everything in its essence is love inviting, is the lover inviting. But it isn't doing something in your life here and then there, to lead you on to somewhere else. It's actually right now shouting 31 There's a fear that - say the penny drops - well I hope it will drop, though I know I have no choice in the matter . . There's an anxiety that stuff would fall away and I might become an unbearable person to live with. OK, so what? And my partner might hate me. But so what? Because if your partner needs the invitation in his life of you being unbearable, that will be your gift for him.
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