JK Meditation - Page: 31
- It is not a silence which the observer can experience.
If he does experience it and recognise it, it is no longer silence.
The silence of the meditative mind is not within the borders of recognition, for this silence has no frontier.
There is only silence - in which the space of division ceases.
Meditation is the unfolding of the new.
The new is beyond and above the repetitious past - and meditation is the ending of this repetition.
The death that meditation brings about is the immortality of the new.
The new is not within the area of thought, and meditation is the silence of thought.