Thought divides knowing into a knower and the known, loving into a lover and the beloved, and perceiving into a perceiver and the perceived. As such, it is thought alone that abstracts a subject and an object from the seamless, unnamable intimacy of pure Knowing or Experiencing.

Embodying the Understanding 2

I had the strange impression reading your book that you were saying that in a sense all this mental understanding you developped was the first step before a complete body exploration...

Thank you Rupert for your answer…I had the strange impression reading your book that you were saying that in a sense all this mental understanding you developped was the first step before a complete body exploration…in my case , I don’t like body practices and I don’t intend to try an other one, but I understand that for some,it could be valuable if there is a motivation…if not, better to play the piano I think…

 
You are right, Jerome, I do think that the investigation of the belief in separation at the level of the mind is a prelude to the exploration of the feeling in separation at the level of the body, for anyone who is interested in being established at all levels, in all circumstances, in their true nature.

What I meant in response to your first email is that it is not something that I focus on nor is it necessary. It is just that this exploration is available for those who have a deep interest in feeling the body and the world in a way that is consistent with their understanding of the non-dual nature of experience.

With kind regards,

Rupert