4 comments on “Zen, Yoga, Gurdjieff- perspectives on inner work: Be the grass

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  2. Anything physical is subject to time. As long as we are in physical bodies, while our higher centers may perceive time as an illusion, our bodies still remain subject to time. This time progresses by the pendulum of our breath. It begins with the first breath we take when we are born and ends with our last breath. The clocks marks time in a theoretical way; our breath marks time in an organic way.

    So although time is an illusion to higher centers, it is nevertheless our only opportunity, because we are not born with developed higher centers. We must use the duration between birth and death to develop higher centers to the point in which they can exist without our physical bodies.

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