Objects and non-objects can be noticed. To notice a non-object is to notice the noticing itself.
To notice a non-object is to notice the motionless space in which everything exists. Context and content are an inseparble balance.
Obsession with objects is the inevitable result of not noticing the non-object realm of spacious being.
Noticing is different from acquiring.
Noticing refers to what is already here.
Acquiring refers to what is lacking and therefore sought.
Noticing is an openness to what had previously been unseen.
The wealth of space in this moment can be noticed and made conscious.
In the flood of present wealth, the old compulsion to acquire loosens its grip.