Water Pianism – The Guide – Sample 1

Water, just like all observable nature, teaches us so much about how to live, let alone simply how to play the piano. It has been, until now, an untapped source of teachings which can guide us along the most natural path possible to achieve anything we so desire; pianism, of course, being the focus in this particular guide.

As has been mentioned, one already possesses what is required to play the piano. Furthermore, once the human need to apply comparative labels to everything and anything has been entirely removed, the only thing left to do is apply the teachings acquired from water and you can call yourself a Water Pianist.

The Water Pianist understands that what he wishes to achieve already exists within and is not something ‘attained’ through practice, it is instead ‘revealed’ at random moments of sudden awareness. This more natural way of thinking is part of the removal of ego labelling because instead of having a sense of uphill struggle and progress, one is simply travelling without obstacle, just like water.

At no point does water stop to wonder where it is travelling, check how fast it is flowing, consider what its environment looks like, sulk that other water has a nicer view whereas it is currently in darkness. Never does water compare itself to what it interacts with, want to be elsewhere or worry about the size of the pebbles and rocks over which it will surely flow without any hesitation or qualm.

Not once does water use force yet still it exists in a constant state of motion. Most interestingly of all, water is not conscious of a final destination. Indeed, what would it do once it had arrived? Instead, it is perfectly content on its label-less, destination-less journey.

What freedom. What pleasure. What ease.

Such is the state of mind of the Water Pianist.

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