Right Mindfulness is paying attention to what is going on. Just look at the beauty. Not just the beauty of things you see with your eyes, but beautiful feelings, beautiful awareness.
There is no such thing as reality. Reality is what you make it.
Nagualism teaches us not to want things, not to avoid things, not to be upset by the loss.
Part of what we seek in Nagualism is the sense of quiet observation. We don’t get so involved in a state of mind that we forget that it’s just another transient state of mind, no matter how much ecstasy or agony is involved.
Observe your actions but be so busy that you never contemplate their possible effects. It is only this consciousness that leads to liberation. Everything else is illusion.
The perfect view of existence comes from an unclouded, uncluttered life and mind whereby the radiance of perfect attention of the mind of the universe floods us at every moment. This is Nagualism. This is being on the path.
We’re connected to the Nagual order, to the mind of enlightenment. All day long we draw the power and force from that world, from all the teachers and all the adherents of the practices and the principles.
To stop thought it is necessary to put your life into a state of balance. Otherwise you can sit and meditate for hours and hours and hours and all kinds of conscious and unconscious thoughts will flow through you.
Advanced meditators are not even desirous of liberation anymore – that is just another attachment. There is no liberation. There is no bondage. These are just ideas of the mind.
Some people are so solemn. They take their practice so seriously, that when the moment comes to let go of it, they can’t.