Knowing The Truth About Truth

Knowing about truth isn’t the same as knowing truth.
One is speculation, and the other is direct, scientific experience.
One is exoteric, and the other esoteric.
One is relative, and the other absolute.

Here is our conundrum:
Seeing ‘something’ comes a milli-moment after pure seeing.
Pure seeing (pure consciousness) comes before we start judging.
Without practice, we will not notice this.

Pure seeing is direct experience of knowingness,
whereas seeing ‘something’ is identifying.
Without practice, this is difficult to catch.

The practice of meditation is simply seeing.
In practice, when the eyes just see, the mind just sees;
consciousness just sees, and change occurs.

Now, we see whatever is stopping us just seeing.
We see ideas, attitude, stubbornness …

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