January 19, 2019 PM
San Francisco, CA
On the spiritual path, we usually seek understanding and knowledge. But what if the wisdom we seek is only revealed in not knowing? Real inquiry requires genuine innocence and a willingness to open to the answer without understanding a thing. Without that kind of open curiosity, we continue to overlook what is already present, already free, already at peace. Inquiry turns the mind back to what is here.
“When you are willing to let your mind sink in to what is before understanding, then your mind is can be enlightened by that. Then wisdom is naturally translated through your mind into your particular life’s expression. This is a life of real fulfillment, of true satisfaction.”