lari July 9, 2022 Reply My own SSS is the moment I take to check into whatever underpins and permeates whatever situation I’m in. To go beyond feeling and thought and to sense the space in which everything is arising from.This also ties in with the narrative my mind uses to tell me things about myself. Primarily this takes the form of the story of my life. How X hurt Y who frightened Z…my story is mostly one of deep pain and loss. Together with that story runs a thread of desperate inadequacy.But my SSS simply looks at these narratives and reminds me, it’s just a movie. I have gone into a cinema and forgotten I’m simply an observer. I have become the star of the show on screen. Feeling every hurt, flinching at every slight, until the blessed voice of my SSS gently reminds me – “it’s just a movie”. With those four words I am back in my seat, and then I leave the cinema.I don’t want to watch that movie again. And I have no wish to create a better movie. I just want to always be aware of the unchanging, deathless presence permeating whatever little drama I go through.