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That which perceives nothing, cannot be perceived


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Sun, 07 Jan 2018 #1
Thumb_img-0590 Mina Martini Finland 234 posts in this forum Offline

We cannot perceive, or look at, what we ARE, we can only BE what we are, because in the beingness there is nothing but IT, no division. It is total emptiness. silence. Nothing happens in it, so nothing can happen TO it. There is only IT.

What can be perceived is the manifested world, thought being part of that world.

But that which perceives nothing, cannot be perceived either.

Thought, as an appearance, manifestation, can also start thinking about itself, playing the division between the observer and the observed, which is what constitues the 'psychological dream of reality', but nevertheless, it is even in that dualistic state, an appearance happening within an appearance...

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Tue, 09 Jan 2018 #2
Thumb_img_1496 Per . Sweden 99 posts in this forum Offline

Yes. Everything manifest is temporal - it is the past. I am the field in whitch the manifest emerges ans subsides. I was never born, and cannot be touched.

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Wed, 10 Jan 2018 #3
Thumb_img-0590 Mina Martini Finland 234 posts in this forum Offline

Yes..what you describe is pure awareness..

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