The Unknown

Adyashanti says:

«The Unknown is more vast, more open, more peaceful, and more freeing than you ever imagined it would be. If you don’t experience it that way, it means you’re not resting there; you’re still trying to know. That will cause you to suffer because you’re choosing security over Freedom.

When you rest deeply in the Unknown without trying to escape, your experience becomes very vast. As the experience of the Unknown deepens, your boundaries begin to dissolve. You realize — not just intellectually but on a deep level — that you have no idea who or what you are. A few minutes ago, you knew who you were — you had a history and a personality — but from this place of not knowing, you question all of that.»


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