"There is no doer"
is not the same as
"there is nothing to do".
There is no doer might be taken by the personal construct,
the body-mind organism still under the impression
of being a separate individual that there is nothing to do.
So the statement there is no doer is taken as a concept.
And a position is taken in regards to this statement.
The interpretation often leading to passivity,
complacency, and a quiet desperation.
I can't do anything is not what is meant...
There is no doer, is a description of how it already is.
And the invitation is to investigate,
is to find in your own experience that what
this concept is pointing at, if it is true.
So in a way the concept there is no doer invites,
asks the reader to look, to investigate, to do something.
It invites the beingness you are already,
but which is wrapped up in wrong concepts,
to start questioning this individual you think you are.
If this thirst for reality takes over it can be intense,
passionate and as it takes over more and more,
it is seen and recognized that the beingness,
oneness has been there from beginning to start.
It is the One looking for Itself.
The search is not a person trying to find enlightenment,
It is Oneness trying to wriggle Itself out of the confines of
this personal construct.
All the beliefs which tells you
right now that you are an individual,
separate and independent.
Actually Beingness would love to
kick your lazy separate self butt seriously
so you will finally start questioning this false identity.