What we generally call our “personality” is actually memory, a localization for the “I”-image, a shelter to preserve the ego.
The moment you identify with the personality, it becomes static, crystallized, and loses all flexibility.
But in stepping out of this identification, you take your position in spaceless awareness and the real personality emerges.
[The personality] appears in the moment of facing a situation and disappears the moment a situation ends.
It’s a tool, nothing else.
~ Jean Klein
Artist: Chris Dyer