Thursday, September 13, 2007

Invisible Emptiness

Most people believe that reality consists only of what is visible to them and therefore the realm of their experiences remains limited. They only see part of the reality, but believe it to be complete. As they see and accept only an incomplete reality, they believe in things that are manifest, visible and within the domain of their sense organs. Naturally, they enjoy only those pleasures that are perceptible to their sense organs and get completely entangled in them.

A wise ... also explores and discovers the invisible dimensions of visible reality. Thus, he knows the complete reality... his sense organs and intelligence become highly refined and evolved... he know(s) 'invisible emptiness' as the real causes of the visible world...he is able to grasp the known as well as unknown aspects of reality, his perceptions become more complete and more enriched in nature.

From "9 Secrets of Successful Meditation"
by Samprasad Vinod

right or rong?

1 Comment:

Sophia said...

I hate putting a shameless plug to one of my own posts, here, but you might find this post of mine interesting:
More Light Than Can Be Seen

Most of it is actually a blurb from Manly P. Hall's text, _Secret Teachings of All Ages_. This book is now in the public domain, and you can find it on the Sacred Texts web page. If you're interested and can't find it, let me know.

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