JK Meditation - Page: 24
- Intelligence is not discernment and judgment or critical evaluation.
Intelligence is the seeing of what is.
The what is is constantly changing, and when the seeing is anchored in the past, the intelligence of seeing ceases.
Then the dead weight of memory dictates the action and not the intelligence of perception.
Meditation is the seeing of all this at a glance.
And to see, there must be silence, and from this silence there is action which is entirely different from the activities of thought.
One has to die to death;
only then is innocence born, only then does the timeless new come into being.
Love is always new, and the remembrance of love is the death of love.