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#820o

May 3, 2016

The quote says, ” … inquiry into the nature of the Self dispels this ignorant self-limiting tendency.”

True inquiry into the nature of the Self requires one to look in.
Attention is turned around, to in, during heart-felt inquiry.

Looking in may take practice and training, because looking out is such a strong habit, but this path isn’t just a path of retraining attention.

Through looking in, something happens.
Something changes.

I won’t say what changes, even though I have been told.
I have ideas about what changes since I have been told.
However, I don’t want concepts.
I want direct knowing.

This change is the goal of meditation.
I trust that experiencing the change directly is worth persistence.

 

From → #820-852, Step 4

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