We must look at our body completely objectively, as we look at a tree or a table or any object which does not have a strong psychological impact on us. We will then feel, without comment, the weight, contraction, agitation, and so on.
We accept the facts without psychological: interference. In accepting the sensation of the body—accepting, not tolerating—the various sensations can come fully into our acceptance, our awareness.
“Just as the ocean allows every wave, Awareness allows every thought and feeling.” – Jeff Foster
“There is no more Identification with time and space, body sensors, and mind. All events happen in awareness.”
– Jean Klein
“A work of art always arises from the background: Consciousness. Be it music, painting, architecture, poetry or sculpture, It is always seen by the artist in an instant, like a flash of lightening, as it surges forth from deep within him.” – Jean Klein
It is like being in the desert. First, you have to listen to the absence of the sound and call it silence. then suddenly you may be taken by the presence of stillness where you are one with listening to itself. – Jean Klein
“Ego is nothing more than an Image held together by a memory”
– Jean Klein
“The root of all desires is the one desire: to come home, to be at peace.”
― Jean Klein
“Go deeply into the urge to be silent and not the mental interference of how, where and when. If you follow silence to its source you can be taken by it in a moment.”
― Jean Klein, Who Am I?: The Sacred Quest
“What is important is neither pleasure nor pain, success nor failure, what is important is to understand that neither of them have any importance whatsoever. This understanding calls for peace, calm and serenity.”
― Jean Klein, Be Who You Are
“Welcoming, openness, is the nature of life.” – Jean Klein, I am
“I was waiting for one afternoon for a train. The platform was deserted and the landscape sleepy. It was silent. The train was late, and I was very relaxed and free of all thinking. Suddenly a cock crowed and its unusual sound made me aware of my silence.
It was not the objective silence I was aware of, as often happens when an individual is in a quiet location and a sudden sound from somewhere throws into relief the silence around. I was ejected into my own silence. Subsequently, this feeling came to me several times”