Brahma Space

Awareness of him? This is not completely true because how can awareness of space if there is anything of which take awareness? The answer is both simple and profound. When we are aware space really have no conscience at all, except the same awareness, of interior space. The universe becomes aware of himself through us! When the eye is nothing to see, nothing feels like space. When the ear is nothing to hear, the vacuum is perceived as stillness. When the senses, designed to perceive shape, faced with the absence of the way, the consciousness report that is behind the perception and from which emanates all perception, all possible experience, is not hidden behind the form. When we contemplate the immeasurable depth of space or hear the silence in the first hours of dawn, something resonates within us in a kind of recognition. Then we feel that the vast depth of the space is our own depth and recognize that this wonderful stillness is our deepest essence, deeper than any of the things that make up the content of our lives.

The Upanishads, ancient scriptures of the India, pointing towards the same truth with these words: what the eye cannot see, but makes it possible to the eye to see: you should know that it is not other than Brahma, the spirit, and not what people worship here. What not to can hear with your ears, but makes it possible to hear the ear: you should know that it is not other than Brahma, the spirit, and not what people worship here what not to can think with the mind, but that makes it possible that the mind thinks: you should know that it is not other than Brahma, the spirit, and not what people worship here. The Scripture says that God is conscience report and the essence of who we are.

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