Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Basic Knowledge

Without recognising the basic knowledge that no phenomena has an independent, self-generated identity, then there is no way we can make sense of our experience. Until we understand this we will be continuously looking for one more piece of information, one more fact or feel that we need to read just one more book and then we will finally understand what is going on. To understand this fundamental knowledge intellectually is great but we will never have access to the vast expanse of our own innate intelligence unless we also recognise this instinctively. To recognise this instinctively we simply take short moments of the recognition of the clarity of awareness, repeated many times until this recognition is continuous.

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