Re: Concentration, Absorbtion and Meditation / Tony
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> <<This is timeless meditation, beyond passive awareness or
> active awareness, even beyond any such quality as
> awareness which could be contrasted with nonawareness.
> Hi Dan,
> just a bit of a tangent here spun out of your dialogue with
> In calling on words to help describe, verb words seem suggest in a
> "sensing" way...the
> For example "awareness" is a state, a noun, suggesting some place
> to be...
> Where aware-ing is functioning....suggesting non-duality
> in more absolute terms.....so i like that
> word in conjunction with being in the
> zone of pure potentiality....or as you say, timeless meditation.
> Which is always in flux, yet it always what it always was.
> "Same as it ever was, same as it ever was......."
> It's just that you probably don't find that word (aware-ing) in
> dictionary.True, Freyja.
And dictionaries are always circular, each word
defined by another word, going around in a circle.
Just as experiences and relationships are like that,
each action known in relation to a counteraction,
or each moment known in relation to another.
And there's a certain comfort in going in circles,
or for many, going in straight lines.
Looking for myself in the dictionary,