"To come upon the new, thought must be quiet" - 17 September 1972
- If one is serious, one must learn for oneself if there is such a thing as the immeasurable. Thought cannot find the immeasurable because thought is measurement and time. Can thought, realizing its limitations, be quiet?
- Can the mind without effort see its content clearly, and the limitation, lack of space and time-binding quality of its consciousness? When you say, ‘I do not know,’ does the content have importance?
- There are various systems of meditation, gadgets, yoga, to make the mind quiet. These are unimportant. Is truth the very perception of the false? When the mind has perceived the truth of something, what is time?
- Is there a different dimension which thought cannot touch?