The Realisation of the Absolute : 1-(b)-4.
The Realisation of the Absolute :
1. Introduction :
(b).The Method of Conscious Expansion :4.
The differences among the conceptions regarding the efficacies of the various methods of the transformation of personality into the higher consciousness are due to the varying temperaments and grades of experience of those engaged in the task of realising the Divine Existence.
Each of the ego-centers is different from the other in consciousness and experience.
They require higher touches of experience varying in degree, in proportion to the subtlety of the condition of their present state of consciousness.
We may assert that though the fundamental view presented in the declarations of the Upanishads is the one taken by the highest class of the seekers after Truth—a thorough-going intuitional Absolutism—one will not fail to find in them deepest proclamations touching all the aspects of the psychological constitution of the human being in general.
The light and the heat of the sun are not useless to any existing entity of the universe—whatever be the way and degree in which it may make use of the sun's presence—and the Upanishadic statements of the integral Truth are not useless to any aspect of man and to no method of approach to Reality; for, "integrality" includes all "aspects".
To be continued ...