And when you remain simply natural, neither rejecting nor accepting, neither fighting nor surrendering. Neither saying no nor saying yes, but allowing things — whatsoever happen happens, you have no choice of your own.
Whatsoever happens you simply note it down that it has happened; you don’t try to change anything, you don’t try to modify anything.
You are not concerned with improving yourself, you simply remain whatsoever you are…
Very, very arduous for the mind, because the mind is a great improver.