“I realise that Shaun is just a mental construct.
He doesn’t really exist.
What exists is the Christ, God, Being, Love.
Shaun is a holographic illusion and must die as a reality.
I see this and am shocked that for so long
I have attached importance to him.
I am willing to let him go and let God be.
When Shaun disappears God is present.”
Written by Shaun de Warren in 1985, Kullu.
And included among the celebration pieces prepared for his funeral by Gill and Danny.