Don’t Believe What You Know
We hear and read information, and may believe that it’s right, but until we have verified it through testing and recognition, it is only belief. This is where we can be misled in spiritual circles, and it’s important to understand this subtle distinction.
Consciousness wants to know
what the mind thinks about consciousness.
This is intellectualisation.
Through the silence of meditation, it is realised that pure mind and consciousness are empty cognisance – beyond thought.
Once this is experienced, we wonder what all the fuss and confusion was about. Don’t make a big deal about what you think you know. The big deal is knowingness – the state of knowing.
Pretending to be already informed is in contrast to empty knowingness.
Knowingness is unaccountable – unable to be explained.