Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Basic Knowledge

Without the basic knowledge that whatever occurs is inseparable from a ground of relaxed open ease we will never have access to real intelligence. The natural wisdom that is obvious when we look at the natural world is the same wisdom that we have access to when we instinctively recognise the true nature of all phenomena. From the narrow perspective of points of view we can never be truly innovative. However, the very instant we acknowledge the basic state of natural perfection we have a balanced view that sees everything exactly as it is. When we see everything exactly as it is we are able to make decisions that are naturally of benefit to ourselves and everyone else, we are no longer constrained by all the conceptual frameworks we have adopted. We become familiar with this basic knowledge by short moments, we then repeat this many times until it becomes continuous all of the time.

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