This discovery is just the beginning,
What is this inner revolution?
To begin with, revolution is not static; it is alive, ongoing, and continuous. It cannot be grasped or made to fit into any conceptual model. Nor is there any path to this inner revolution, for it is neither predictable nor controllable and has a life all of its own.
This revolution is a breaking away from the old, repetitive, dead structures of thought and perception that humanity finds itself trapped in.
Realization of the
ultimate reality is a direct and sudden existential
awakening to one's true nature that
opens the door to the possibility of an inner revolution...
This intelligence restructures your entire being:
This intelligence cuts the mind free of its old structures that are rooted within the totality of human consciousness.
If one cannot become free of the old conditioned structures of human consciousness, then one is still in a prison.
If you are not free of the old conditioned structures,
then you are still in a prison.
The moment of awakening shows us what is ultimately true and real, as well as revealing a deeper possibility in the way that life can be lived from an undivided and unconditioned state of being.
But the moment of awakening does not guarantee this deeper possibility, as many who have experienced spiritual awakening can attest to.
Whether it takes place or not depends on many factors, but none more important and vital than an earnest and unambiguous intention for truth above and beyond all else.
This earnest intention
toward truth is what all spiritual growth ultimately depends upon,
especially when it transcends all personal preferences, agendas, and
Only the old, the repetitious, the conditioned will flower in the absence of this revolution. But our potential lies beyond the known, beyond the structures of the past, beyond anything that humanity has established.
Our potential is something that can flower only when we are no longer caught within the influence and limitations of the known.
Unless there is an inner revolution,
nothing new and fresh can flower.
Image: Amy Humphries
And it is from the sacred that a new and fluid consciousness is born that wipes away the old and brings to life the flowering of a living and undivided expression of being.
Such an expression is neither personal nor impersonal, neither spiritual nor worldly, but rather the flow and flowering of existence beyond all notions of self.
We should come to know
that there is more reality and sacredness in a blade of grass than
in all of our thoughts and ideas about reality.
Therefore we must leave the entire collection of conditioned thought behind and let ourselves be led by the inner thread of silence into the unknown, beyond where all paths end, to that place where we go innocently or not at all - not once but continually.
For then, that which is
sacred, undivided, and whole is born within consciousness and begins
to express itself.