Wednesday, 6 July 2016


I have mastered a few things in my life and none of them mean anything. I am still mastering, more than ever.

Mastery is in the moment. It’s a living thing, a dynamic and ongoing state. It has no stasis. Whatever you achieve falls away immediately, which brings more opportunity for mastery.

You master nothing, which makes you not a master but nothing, too. The more you are nothing, the more mastery you exhibit. There is no you and no master, only mastery.

Each moment is the beginning of the next. There is simply intensifying presence.

Mastering your life is a process of forgetting yourself.

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