By Tony Parsons
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The border policeman says, 'Stop! I want to see what's in your bag'. The man answers that there's sand in the bag. The policeman asks him to empty it, and sure enough, it's just sand, so he lets him through. This happens again and again, two or three times a week, and the policeman just knows that there's something funny going on. One day the policeman's over the border in Mexico, having a drink in a bar, and this guy walks in. The policeman goes over to the Mexican and says, 'I've seen you at the border but I'm not a policeman now - let me buy you a drink'.
If one wants to be dry or power-hungry or a big momma or a big poppa or whatever, then that's what happens. If people need to go to be with any of these appearances, that's the invitation they need. It's totally perfect. But this doesn't mean to say that a man needs a woman or a woman needs a man, at all. You don't need to be married . . Living alone, the male and the female energy is there anyway, in the one body/mind. That marriage can and does happen in one body/mind, because in all of us there's the male and the female polarity.
But sometimes there is. Oh, well, yes, in the world there are things to get - in the appearance of the world. The mind wants to get things all the time, and that's absolutely perfect. c o o 27 When I first started to seek, in a conscious way, it was brought to my attention by various teachers that the mind was the problem, if you like; it was obscuring this oneness or peacefulness or whatever. But I was so entrenched in my mind that to simply try and watch . . In the end I found I had to use my mind to log what the watching part had seen, if that makes sense.
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