The Word ‘Path’ Is A Misnomer

‘Path’ suggests going somewhere when, in reality, there is nowhere to go. ‘Path’ is actually the way – the way in which we see, which is now, here. The way we see depends on whether the inner eye of intuition that inspires is open – that is, consciousness. It is our responsibility to see clearly, rather than relying on others to tell us what we see.

Ordinary seeing is dark bias.
Original seeing is unbiased light.

We have the responsibility to translate the words of the translators, as we never know the level of understanding of the translator: a translation may either be literal, or have insight beyond words, and our understanding will determine the way we recognise the difference between these.

How do we translate 1 Corinthians 12:13?
 “For now we see through a glass, darkly;
but then face to face:
now I know in part;
but then shall I know even as also I am known.”

Never believe a word.
Realise the meaning.

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