got it?


got it

Once you really begin to get it, intuitively and spiritually, you won’t be able to explain it to others, and you certainly won’t be able to show it to anybody. The very fact that you do attempt to show it to some body or you try to explain it, means that it’s not it. It’s invisible – it’s a silent power. It’s knowing without speaking. It’s acting without requiring confirmation or observers. It’s doing without effort.

~ Stuart Wilde

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10 thoughts on “got it?

  1. If this is so did the Buddha and others masters who have taught it not know what they were talking about? I suggest that Stuart Wilde has/had a little way to go. 🙂

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  2. i think what Wilde is saying is that the best is ineffable and when you seek to explain, that original understanding cannot be fully conveyed – not that the Buddha should not have preached but that his preaching need not fully share the enlightenment he experienced.

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