"The Vision of Wholeness"
- "Can any amount of division or subdivision give one the vision of the
Being the Mirror.
In being the mirror we find the worlds smallest particle to be a mirror.
From the view of this smallest mirror, we see the world through every possible angle, from every possible location ...
All the various viewpoints combined together give us a dazzling, shimmering, neon-white and silent picture of WHOLENESS.
This picture is seen by the dead and if we look deeply into ourselves, I have heared the expression "The Door of Brahman". It sometimes appears more like a window other times more like a door, from far away like a glimmering shiny white pearl like a sun, ...
However silent and white is the view from inside the Door, every being has access to this door.
Reversely the view into this door shows us the view into every being at once.
If we are looking into our door, we see from our door into the door of every being, simultaneously, and also through them, and if their eyes are open out of them, we see the picture they see if their eyes are open, we think the thoughts they think, if their thoughts are open, we hear the sounds they hear if their ears are open, ...
If all we see is blending white light we are looking at WHOLENESS from every possible point of view simultaneously, thus seeing a blur of impressions which manifest as white light, the silence we than hear is a combination of all sounds, the thoughts we than think is a combination of all thoughts, this combination of thoughts, sound and impressions appears to last forever while the experience lasts, but if we wake from it, it appears as if it almost never happened.
If you want to know how such an individual point of WHOLENESS looks like, simply look through your own pair of eyes, they are part of the blending white picture of WHOLENESS, or look out of the eyes of your neighbor or your dog, they are all part of this, your Wholeness.