I do not experience: I am experience.
I am not the subject of an experience: I am that experience.
'I am' awareness. Nothing else can be I or can exist.

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An 'event' may be inevitable, i.e. the product of circumstances, but our experience of that event is unconditioned - since there is nobody to experience the event apart from the experience itself.

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If time is reversed, and it needs must be reversible, what we describe as 'effect' becomes 'cause', and 'cause' becomes 'effect', for they are one. An event may be seen as the product of circumstances or circumstances may be seen as the product of an event. Experience of either is I. The electronic force-field in flux, through which experience occurs and which assumes an identity thereby, can only be what might be termed an externalisation of an aspect of the reality which we are.

The Eye

I am conscious but I cannot be conscious of Myself.

(In so far as ten words can express Truth....)

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Phenomena only 'exist' in the mind that perceives them.

(Tibetan Book Of The Dead, 66)

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On the phenomenal plane we seek pleasure and the avoidance of pain. On the noumenal plane we know the absence of both - which is bliss.

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What may be meant by 'reincarnation'? That the dream goes on, for death is merely a phenomenon and changes nothing but appearances.

(© RKP, 1960)

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