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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

When the whole of consciousness is free from the self-producing becoming – the immensely can reveal itself



The mind can only be in peace when it doesn't experience anything; that is to say: when it doesn't determine and name, register and store anything in memory.

It is not only the upper layers of the mind, which all the time name and register, it is all the various layers of consciousness.

But when the superficial mind is silent, the deeper mind can send up signals.

And when the whole of the consciousness is silent and in peace, free from the eternal self-producing becoming - this shutting itself away from life - when there is spontaneous openness for, and self-forgetful being one with life itself, not until then will that, which cant be measured, reveal itself: the new and unknown.

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