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On Meditation   

December, 1997

  • A meditative mind is silent. Not the silence which thought can conceive. It is not the silence of a still evening. It is the silence when thought, with all its images, its words and perceptions, has entirely ceased.
  • Meditation is wandering through the world of knowledge and being free of it to enter the unknown.
  • Meditation is something that cannot be practised, as you practice a violin, a piano.

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