Sometimes called sixth sense. Inner promptings. Gut feeling. Hunch. Seeing or knowing with the Mind as opposed to seeing with the five physical senses. Knowing without limitations or constraints of Time and Space.
"Every man contains, developed or embryonic, all conditions of the Infinite; therefore no height is too great to reach. Impossibility is a meaningless word to the man who apprehends the fathomless contents of his own nature." [Keely, Amplitude of Force]
"God is Light. God is Love.
God's creating universe is founded on Love. It is creating with Light.
''The principle of love is desire to give. God gives love by extending His Light. God's love is a mirror of Light which reflects His giving of love by the regiving of love.
The law of love is rhythmic balanced interchange between all givings and regivings.
The symbol of love is the wave of dual light which gives and regives equally and rhythmically. This is a dual electric wave universe of interchanging light.'' (Fig. 1)
God's Love is everywhere; His Light is everywhere. There is naught but good in God's omniscient universe. Evil is a product of man's thinking.
God extends His love, His power and His knowing, radially, from zero points of omnipresent stillness to other zero points in the measure of His desire to give form to His imag-
inings. The intensity of desire extended from centering points of rest to extended points of rest determines the dimension of desire. (Fig. 2)" [Russell, The Secret of Light, PART III: Omnipresence The Universe of Being Postulates and Diagrams]
"This becomes hard to conceive in the finite mind; as does the finite mind fail to grasp the lack of or NO time. Yet out of Time, Space, Patience, is it possible for the consciousness of the finite to KNOW the infinite." [Cayce 262-115]
"It is not how much one knows that counts, but how well one applies that it knows..." [Cayce 270-33]
Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth
"However, I knew at the time, that it would be well nigh impossible for the people to ever have the faith which would cause miracles to happen, since no matter how much I might explain Truth to them, they would still never have the intense knowing given me in the desert.
But now, as I relate, in small measure, the story of my sojourn on earth in Palestine, it is with the intention that you, my reader, will begin to perceive and understand the knowledge I was given during my enlightenment." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 3, page 64]
Osho on Knowing
The state of ignorance is the cause of all delusions, of all unreality's, of all appearances, but to know more is not the state of knowledge. Ignorance is the cause but not the remedy - knowledge in the sense of knowledge-ability. You can know more and more and more, but you remain the same. Knowledge becomes an addiction..... And the root cause of ignorance can be dissolved only when you are more, when your being is stronger, when your being is more powerful, when your being has awakened. The root cause of all suffering is ignorance, but knowledge is not the remedy - awakening is the remedy. See Heart
It is as if you have been living in a dark cell. You have heard about light but you have not seen it. And how can you hear about light? It can only be seen. Ears are not the medium to know light; eyes are. And you have heard about light. And hearing again and again about light you have started to feel that you know light; but to know about is not to know. You have heard. How can you hear light? It will be as if someone says that he has seen music. It will be absurd.
I will tell you one anecdote I have always loved. It is about Siddha Naropa, the disciple of Tilopa. It happened before Naropa found his master, Tilopa. It happened before he himself became enlightened. And it is a must for every seeker; it has to happen to everybody. So whether it happened to Naropa or not is not the point - it is a must on the journey. Unless it happens, enlightenment is not possible.
Naropa was a great scholar, a great pundit. There were stories that he was a great vice-chancellor of a great university - ten thousand disciples of his own. One day he was sitting surrounded by his disciples. All around him were scattered thousands of scriptures - ancient, very ancient, rare. Suddenly he fell asleep, must have been tired, and he had a vision. I call it a vision not a dream because it is no ordinary dream. It is so significant, to call it a dream won't be just; it was a vision.''
"He saw a very, very old, ugly, horrible woman - a hag. Her ugliness was so much that he started trembling in his sleep. It was so nauseating he wanted to escape - but where to escape, where to go? He was caught, as if hypnotized by the old hag. Her body was nauseating, but her eyes were like magnets..
"She asked, Naropa, what are you doing?
"And he said, I am studying.
What are you studying?asked the old woman.
"The old woman asked again, Do you understand them?
"Naropa said, Of....Yes, I understand them.
"The woman asked again, Do you understand the word or the sense?
"This was asked for the first time. Thousands of questions had been asked to Naropa in his life. He was a great teacher - thousands of students always asking, inquiring - but nobody had asked this; whether you understand the word, or the sense. And the woman's eyes were so penetrating that it was impossible to lie - she will find out. Before her eyes Naropa felt completely naked, nude, transparent. Those eyes were going to very depth of his being and it was impossible to lie. To anybody else he would have said. Of course, I understand the sense. but to this woman, but to this woman this horrible looking woman, he couldn't speak the lie; he had to say the truth.
"He said Yes, I understand the words.
"The woman was very happy. She started dancing and laughing. Thinking that the woman has become so happy.... And because of her happiness her ugliness was transformed, she was no longer so ugly, a subtle beauty started coming out of her being. Thinking I have made her so happy. Why not make her a little more happy? He said, And yes, I understand the sense also.
"The woman stopped laughing. She stopped dancing. She started crying and weeping, and all her ugliness was back - a thousand fold more.
"Naropa said, Why? why are you weeping and crying? And why were you laughing and dancing before?''
"The woman said, I was dancing and laughing and was happy because a great scholar like you didn't lie. But now I am crying and weeping because you have lied to me. I know - and you know that you don't know the sense.
"The vision disappeared and Naropa was transformed. He escaped from the university. He never again touched a scripture in his life. He became completely ignorant; he understood that just by understanding the word, whom are you befooling; and just by understanding the word you have become an ugly old hag.
"A man of wisdom, a man of understanding, has a freshness about him, a fragrant life - totally different from a pundit from a man of knowledge. One who understands the sense becomes beautiful; one who only understands the word becomes ugly. And the woman was nobody outside: it was just a projection of the inner part. It was Naropa's own being, through knowledge became ugly. Just this much understanding that I don't understand the sense, and the ugliness was going to be transformed immediately into a beautiful phenomenon.'' [Osho]
Action at a Distance
Mind and Matter
Mind Force is a pre-existing Natural Force
Mind in Matter
Mind over Matter
Mind in Machines