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With a one pointed mind one can eventually see mind and its object stand apart like a bowl and kettle on the table. What is it that holds subject and object together and why does true peace emerge when the connection between the two has been broken?
May 26, 2014, 10:37 pm
These are intellectual words, not coming from experience, because from a deep experience you perceive all as one. Then you can perceive this world as through a clear lens. Since the lens is transparent, you do not notice it. And what this clear lens sees is pure and bright, since there is no dust on it. This lens is the master, what it reflects is the changing circumstances, yet since there is no distance between lens and object, no dualism can come in between. This kind of experience is called samadhi.