Oh, this was a good Spot On Talk. I hope you catch it now. When you find your Spot you are free. I listed out qualities of your spot so you can recognize it. (1) fearlessness. You are fearless in your Spot become it is unconditional; it depends on nothing, so nothing can be taken away, so you can’t lose your spot. (2) Creativity. Your spot is like a fountain of unending creative. response to conditions or what’s happening now. (3) Stillness. In you spot your have no argument with the world, because the world cannot threaten your Spot. You are in a listening mode, receptive mode, a silent mode. (4) Awake and aware. Because you are not reactive, you are Awake and aware, which is the listening mode.
There are two spots, one in the mind, one in the heart. The mind spot is conditional to time; the heart spot is timeless because if has no fear, and fear is a function of time, fear of future. Mind spot is always being calculated for advantage; heart spot is never calculating b because it is not dependent on conditions or time. Mind spot is in time; heart spot is timeless because it is always Now. Wherever you go, you are always NOW and in your Spot. But just one thought of time and fear, can make you lose your heart spot and shift you back to mind spot.
We fall into Heart Spot. You can’t get there by mind spot and calculation. We unexpected drop into Heart Spot when we encounter death or loss. When we lose the Mind Spot, there is the portal to drop into Heart Spot, or we may not.
The Parkland Students because of their close encounter with Death, dropped into Heart Spot and now they can unseat any Mind Spot that attacks them. The bull cannot unseat the Matador from his Spot because the bull has given up his spot to the matador.
Laura Ingraham gave up her mind spot to David Hogg’s Heart Spot. When you have. your center, your SPOT, nothing and no one can unseat you. The Parkland Students and David Hogg have their Spot. Like the Matador, the bulls just run at the cape and exhaust themselves, and the Matador is never touched. The bull has given up its spot to the Matador. Laura has given up her spot.
Sheldon Cooper’s Spot is a metaphor for the Spot that is dependent upon location. When your spot is freed from the mind and shifts to the Heart, it is free from the world’s assault on it. Jesus is a metaphor for this Spot of the Heart, and even crucifixion could not move him from that Spot. Buddha sitting under the Bodhi Tree is a metaphor for that immoveable spot. He vowed to sit in this spot until he sifted his spot from the mind and Ego to the Heart. Zorba’s spot is in the dance. When in the dance he is free.