Pure Awareness & The Non-conceptual
As we to continue to expand to even higher planes of consciousness, our sense of self and the world as we know it continues to disappear revealing an even more fundamental Reality.
At the first dimension of Divine Love & Light, our deeply held convictions that we are human beings in a physical world is challenged. Fully integrating this dimension allows us to see through our projections and the illusion of the world to the deeper truth that we are spiritual beings.
As we expand to this third dimension of Awareness & the Nonconceptual our beliefs are challenged yet again. This time, the perception that is challenged is not whether we are human beings or spiritual beings (at the first dimension), or even pure beings (at the second dimension), but of the sense of ‘being’ at all. For this dimension is where we transcend our minds and all memories, knowledge and concepts, including the concept of ‘being’.
On the dimension of Awareness & the Nonconceptual we are aware of our true nature and inner light, and:
- continue to perceive the world through our senses, but
- transcend the mind, and can no longer continue to know, recognise and make sense of the world, and
- transcend the hearts and feelings, and no longer experience the fullness, richness and abundance of life.
All that remains is simple awareness through our five senses. We can ‘see, hear, smell, taste and feel’, but without our minds, we no longer have any recognition of what we are sensing, or what it means, or what it means to us. Beyond mind and concepts, there is no such thing as good or bad, right or wrong, for everything in Reality just is, without judgement. We are ‘absolutely innocent’.
What is most striking in this dimension is the realisation that the manifest universe continues to exist even beyond our minds. It continues to instantaneously appear and disappear in all the differentiated shapes and colours that create the illusion of the physical world. “Reality is independent of our minds, and manifestations is not the creation of our thoughts”*.
Fully integrating this dimension is to gain freedom from worldly attachments, for now, we not only recognise that the world is an illusion, but the world is also beyond personal preferences! There is no such thing as wanting this over that, desiring one thing over another. With our minds free we live freely, love openly and play spontaneous with exuberance and delight, without thought, judgement and fear.