Primordial Meditation (selections)

Frithjof Schuon

Before meditation, as before prayer, man must forget all else. After meditation or prayer he must forget them, so that he is not absorbed or possessed by the mere contents of his consciousness; and so that meditation and prayer can act beyond his waking consciousness. For what enters man, as in meditation, and what emerges from him, as in prayer, must pass through form; not in order that he fall prey to form—which as such is always limited and diverse—but in order that he recognize its relativity and overcome it.

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