yes, you're very right, without change it would become a claustrophobic golden cage. Then let's say that in this eden, I would be, everything would be in tune with the change, without effort.
This reminds me of the heappiest experience I ever had. It was in a shamanic session with cactus San Pedro, Erik and I alone. We began by exchanging identity, I was Erik and he was me, and we saw very clearly the space of our mind as a continuum. Then we switched back, we were again ourselves, and everything, absolutely every little particle of the universe fitted, and we fitted too, perfectly and effortlessly. We began to talk and that was great fun, we laughed for hours like children. Because if I said a sentence, Erik would answer to it freely, saying a sentence that had nothing to do with mine. And yet, it looked as the most perfect answer to my question, and at the same time as something new. So that we were mirroring each other, but we never entered any loop, because surprise was included. I will never forget the amazing feeling of knowing that I could say and be anything, absolutely anything, I could be free and unconditioned, and yet I would just fit in, naturally and impeccably.
You know, all this time we spend here trying to figure out what's the right thing to do, what's the most appropriate answer that would put us in tune with the events?
Gone. And we were caught by this vortex of change that every new sentence would take us to, and it was like going without worries on a rollercoaster in the luna park, where you know that nothing can go wrong.
Oh, yes, change is great fun when you are in synch... thank you for reminding this to me