Originally Posted by inri
I very much agree with Chris.
There is the process of observing 'what is' and judging it to be 'not good' and then concluding that it 'should' therefore be accepted so that we can be at peace AND then there is simply acceptance as a way of being
One is a doing and the other is being....an absence.... this absence includes the judgment that precedes the 'doing' kind of acceptance.
The very fact that we observe 'what is' to conclude that it is something to be accepted means there was an initial judgment made. I can see how this 'doing' kind of acceptance often precedes the being kind....the 'ol walk before run sort of thing.
And yes, the BEING kind of acceptance where nothing is resisted (or judged) as it truly is ALL seen to be a perfect unfolding, is definitely a result of clarity.
Thanks for this, inri. This actually clarifies things (and also addresses what Arcanum and CG have been discussing between them).
See, I can't relate to what they've been discussing, because I'm in the way of being
mode (as would be implied by the username