Re: a day even later...
Posted by josef on 5/6/2010, 12:19 am, in reply to "Re: a day even later..."
: Greetings Josef,
: Hopefully my cup is not so full that I'll
: experience similar feelings, if i get a
: chance to read it.
: Thanks for your pointing.
: in peace,
gar, I Ching's about the only book I know of that one doesn't "read". Hard to explain, but it's experienced; at first the intellect goes at it, (or tries), but then intellect can't deal and becomes silent, intuitive response is fired, required. Not at one sitting or a hundred, but over time and in small steps, one's led deeper and deeper, into listening, learning, being guided, literally guided. Until, sceptical, jaded, oh-so-smart, one finds oneself humble, quiet, and trusting the guidance, as it never fails to lead toward benefit, trusting it without knowing what it is that's being trusted. It's uncanny, mysterious yet very real and very immediate.
Words don't convey its power. It has to be experienced.
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