Originally Posted by ChrisGinsburg
Yeah. Nothing is actually out of order and so if one is perceiving a problem, accepting what is would be to actually acknowledge that problem and not resist it or tell oneself there isn't really a problem and it's just a facet of 'what is'. Like all else, acceptance itself comes precisely when one is ready to accept and no sooner. I'd say that true acceptance could be said to be a direct result or side effect of clarity itself and happens spontaneously outside of ones own perceived control.
That's it, which is why I began questioning B's stance of avoidance of conflict or the dreaded thinking, and acceptance of whatever arises. One can't actually do acceptance but one can question 'what is', or at least what appears to be.
Distancing oneself from thinking and conflict is peaceful compared to incessant thinking, but it's not some kind of a final answer to struggle, as we've seen.