There is the relative path of the individual, and the path of the absolute, or pathless path. Spiritual traditions offer elaborate practices – focus your mind, steady your attention – halfway stages that gather the disparate energies of the mind prior to its dissolution into its source. The direct path – encouraging the mind to sink directly into its source – is what we do here. The attention we give to experience is briefly interrupted, then obscured again, and so we bring attention back to ourself, each time weakening the power of experience to take us away. We become established in our true nature. The path of the individual ends here. The pathless path of the of the universal starts with this recognition and stays there. ‘You are the happiness you seek’, is a statement of truth. Let the ‘I am’ draw you inward where ‘I have nothing, want nothing, need nothing,’ I simply am.