I would like to ask you why I do have fear of dying and the staying eternally in the nothingness as when one does sleep. It makes me afraid.
If your attention was rested on what you truly are and not on what you have been led to believe that you are, which is NOT what you are, the fear of death would subside in the seeing that you are timeless, unborn and therefore unable to die.
The fear of death is not present and cannot be until the attention of Awareness comes to rest on the body/mind and forms an identification with it.
What you are is not describable as it is NOT a thing, it is absent of thing-ness. As awareness you are not anything that the senses can focus on or describe as you are that which the senses hand their information of experiences over to, you as this One are neither existing nor non-existing, you are just BEING itself prior to anything created. You are always home and going now where, just watching the play of time.
Take a look for yourself as ONLY you are the authority in this ……. you SEE the body, you SEE that play of energy that we call mind, what are you that SEES?
Much Love Avasa
in which sense?
because time ago i had an accidentwith the car when i was 18 and now im 27.
and before waking upi remained for ten minutes in that state and i did not see anything and now thinking to remain like that makes me afraid,
You were in this Awareness for 10 minutes and you STILL are, the only difference is that your attention is on the appearance of the world again and not on the Awareness alone. When the body/mind was temporarily not able to function correctly the attention returned home naturally to its source, which is what happens at the moment of the death of the body, and also in deep sleep.
The world then some time later reappears and the attention goes to the objectivity and identification happens. The world reappears as it does each day in your experience OUT of this Awareness, this Awareness is ALWAYS present whether the body/mind is alive or dead.
What tends to happen is that the Awareness when the waking state is present ceases to be conscious of itself in most cases and overlooking itself it becomes unfamiliar. When awakening, satori, happens it is this that stands out and is no longer overlooked and is recognized to be what one is and so the fear of death that can only be present when the attention is on the form is no longer present.
In that 10 minute period there was no fear but it returned later when the attention again was focused on the body/mind.
Once the Awareness is located, in a sense, more and more time is naturally spent including it in on the deal of Life and living, ceasing to overlook this that is doing the looking.Being conscious of this that is ever-present witnessing evrything including itself is enlightenment. One no longer believes one’s self to be a thing because it is obvious in each and every moment that one is nothing and as this one is going nowhere, becoming nothing, just being.
With Love Avasa