Being Becoming Redeems my Humanity
This is about the redemption of our human personhood that can come from perceiving viscerally that the world of form is formlessness really enformed, and that human beings along with our personhood are what the ground of Being has astonishingly really become. You can say it's when whatever name you give to that which is beyond form, i.e. transcendent formlessness, is no longer perceived from the either/or perspective as transcendent only, but as transimmanent. And very importantly, from the perspective that it is that which has been evolving since the beginning of our universe into a relationship with itself, and right now it's experiencing itself as human!
One of the palpable realizations that comes for me when I perceive this, is that whatever I do as a human person, is what that the ground of Being, now incarnate, is doing. When I reflect on myself and the human experience, the ground of Being is reflecting on its' human experience. It's like I can also imagine what it's like to be the formless ground waking up to and reflecting on it's newly discovered humanity.Perceiving this is dramatically humbling and tender-hearted in a most curious and difficult to describe way. It transforms how I relate experientially to my own suffering and what hits with tragic clarity is that when I was ticking off a box on self-negating nondualitys' "to do away with" list, I was contributing to a reality in which the universe, the ground of Being chooses to reject, and miss out on its' full human experience. In hindsight, as I chose to negate parts of myself, I could not see I was rejecting parts of god - real parts of it, and this means that I played an active role in Being coming all this way to reject and obliterate what it had become! My heart is first to feel the powerful immensity of signifiance to this. Its' hard defensiveness softens into tenderness, a paradoxically strengthening tenderness, and my chest reverberates with tenderness for our shared human condition, and our understandable but tragic choice to abandon it.