Senses

By hearing, one will only learn half truths.
Eastern aphorism

Since the object of the senses, which is form, including thoughts, has no ultimate reality (is an illusion) and therefore beyond conventional thought and expression, we would best turn to the mystics for “descriptions” of this realm. For example, the poet Blake: “If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.”

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References and notes are available for this article.
Also find a much more in-depth discussion of Simple Reality
on this blog and in published books by Roy Charles Henry.

 

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