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Understanding the View of Totality

Spiritual practice frequently transcends time and space as we begin to realize the timeless and spaceless character of our true nature. However, as we abide in these conditions and continue inquiring as an expression of continual practice, time and space themselves can open in mysterious ways. Instead of simply transcending time and space, such total practice, such movement of realization, can manifest unexpected ways of knowing reality and its true nature. This can reveal the open-ended character of realization and reality, which helps us understand a more total view of reality—what I’ve been referring to as the view of totality. Opening time and space makes possible the understanding of the view of totality.

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