What is it like when we wake in the morning?
Before our brain wakes up and remembers what we have to do that day, there is a space—of being you could say; which is just an appreciation: we can sense silence and sound; light and shade; the position of our bodies.
At that moment everything is given and nothing is withheld. The focus of the senses—the apparent point from which we appreciate things—isn’t to the fore—there is only appreciation.
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