' Fall into the Unknown '...

"What I am pointing toward is the Unknown: the already ever-present, silent, still source that not only precedes thought but surrounds it.

You must become more interested in the Unknown than in that which is known. Otherwise, you will remain enslaved by the very narrow and distorted perspective of conceptual thinking.

You must go so deeply into the Unknown that you are no longer referencing thought to tell you who and what you are. Only then will thought be capable of reflecting that which is true, rather than falsely masquerading as truth."

~ Adyashanti

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