JK Meditation - Page: 5
- Meditation is emptying the mind of the known.
The known is the past.
The emptying is not at the end of accumulation but rather it means not to accumulate at all.
What has been is emptied only in the present, not by thought but by action, by the doing of what is.
The past is the movement of conclusion to conclusion, and the judgment of what is by the conclusion.
All judgment is conclusion, whether it be of the past or of the present, and it is this conclusion that prevents the constant emptying of the mind of the known;
for the known is always conclusion, determination.