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Conceptual vs. experiential
“Self or consciousness does not make the passage to the other shore or cross over. Rather, the crossing is the body and senses acclimating to life without any experience of self or consciousness and all that it implies.” Bernadette Roberts … Continue reading
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Pure consciousness not an experience
And here is ‘Sailor’ Bob Adamson, a direct disciple of Nisargadatta Maharaj: “And when I say that pure consciousness is to be acknowledged rather than experienced, do not think that I am not extraordinarily content and thrilled beyond words in … Continue reading
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Music, what is it?
Strange what Baremboim says about music. Isn’t music a language and, as such, having meaning, be it of subjective moods and feelings… or even reflections on life (but certainly not representing ideas… ) In Daniel Barenboim‘s Norton Lecture series … Continue reading
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