Experiencing the world or sensing it

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The Transparency of Things by Rupert Spira

Our objective experience consists of thoughts and images, which we call the mind; sensations, which we call the body; and sense perceptions, which we call the world.

In fact, we do not experience a mind, a body or a world as such.

We experience thinking, sensing and perceiving.

All that we perceive are our perceptions.

We have no evidence that a world exists outside our perception of it.

We do not perceive a world ‘out there’.

We perceive our perception of the world, and all perception takes place in Consciousness.

In meditation we simply allow this thinking/ sensing/ perceiving to be whatever it is from moment to moment.

This thinking/ sensing/ perceiving is always moving, always changing.

We simply allow it to flow through us, to appear, to remain and to disappear.

In fact, that is all that is happening anyway.



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