“Part of the secret is silliness. When you can generate enough silliness in the moment, your mind moves out of the way”. Then you slip into a dreamish state that makes all things possible. The quote is from Richard Bartlett (Matrix Energetics)
Wisdom is humor leading to paradox leading to change. Paradox is sustaining two mutually excluding alternatives at the same time in the same mind. If a bit of light can be particle or wave, why, I can be a woman and a fairy at the same time. Everything can be of this and that state simultaneously, I could love and fear you at the same time, yes, I can feel genuine universal love towards you and fear you all the same. What is more silly — this, or the alleged but commonly accepted notion that love and fear are incompatible, and you start offering people hate instead of love the very moment you mix ego (or fears, possessiveness, whatever) into your love. Silly is as silly does, it might be silly but I love and fear you alright, all the same.
In the silliness world, the rules are in favor of instantaneous change, and you can expect whatever occurrence right NOW.
When do you let go and just let silliness rule your world? When you realize everything is ABSURD. Many aspirations are absurd. Many activities are pointless, absurd, and then, silly. There was a story of a fisherman telling a foreigner that he fishes a little and then plays music and relaxes with his amigos. The foreigner wanted to help the fisherman build a fishing business. “And then, when you retire, you can play music and relax with your amigos”. Which of the options is SILLIER?
Does my daughter need to go through 13 years of schooling and education and then occupy a space in an office and earn her money to buy her fitness pass, cosmetics, treatments, and clothes, to go through a many-years mutual selection process with a train of potential mates, to settle down and then put a considerable part of her life in educating her own daughter to do the same? Or shall she just LET it ALL GO? What will be less SILLY?
What will me more wise, in the end?