Aren't You Just This?
Notes on the Dissolution of a Seeker consists mostly of dialogs with readers of the first book along with a few short pieces similar in style to those in the first book. What is being pointed to here is so simple that it may not be understood or may be overlooked by some. "Understanding" seems to be at least partly an intellectual process, however many claim to have an "intellectual understanding" yet feel that something is still being missed. The process of dialog is very helpful as it provides a tangible jumping off point between an intellectual understanding and a direct seeing of what these words are pointing towards. Intellectual understanding is only useful to a point - to the point which it is realized that "the understanding" is (and can only be) non-conceptual. Concepts are the apparent trap which create the sense of separation that fuels the search for wholeness.
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- 16 Sep 2011
- Morrisville, NC, United States