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Sunday, June 15, 2014

If you are the thought-process present in passive listening, the thought is understood as it is


We must, in order to understand our minds, slow down the speed of our thinking – not stop it – but slow the speed down in order to be able to study it, follow it to its outer limit.

A help to this is to keep philosophical diary.

If you are the thought-process present in passive listening, the thought is understood as it is.

And in this practice you are not self-assertive, desirous after power, after a name, after position.

You are what you are, simple and nobody.

Then the thinking no longer is self-producing, but self-forgetful. 

It is made transparent in being, and then you discover something beyond imagination.

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