When a person attains a certain level of insight without knowing that he has arrived at that point or being able to describe the experience of how he knows but can’t say why, he is then a fully conscious human being. When you can no longer differentiate between what is good and what is bad begins the release of crusty, stale rigid attitudes. You are far too judgmental and morose. You’ve gotten to a dull and frozen place whereby you can hardly stand the inconsistencies within yourself. You say one thing and then you turn right around and do another. You are living a lie by expecting others “to do as I say, not as I do.” It’s high time to vomit up the sickness of superiority and sense of importance you have. The need to tell someone else is an indication that you have not yet arrived. The need to convince others of your supposed elevation definitely declares you are merely fooling yourself with grandiose ideas.
There is conclusive evidence of this ineffable state, however; when one is surrounded by an ever-present sensation, which can only be uttered as an unrelenting question: “Has it happened yet?” Have I released my need to know, govern, expect, demand or influence others? Have I removed myself and my projected opinions and interpretations from the way others want to experience their personal lives? Can I be in their presence and not feel the need to direct, comment or persuade them according to my standards? No, you are not afforded the privilege to know what is supposed to happen or how or when or why with anyone else! You simply recognize the same force of an all-pervading energy guiding the other person while you stand silently in respect.
You as the evasive combative power do not in any way interfere with the will of the others. You simply watch and abide patiently until a complete surrender occurs voluntarily within. There is no way to name the influencing element, except to affably tune-in to what’s happening on the most primal of levels within his being. He will see firsthand sights incomprehensible to others. He will hear words of such astounding truth that have until this point been unutterable. The sense of urgency that surrounds him will be such that even when he turns in a flickering of an instant to capture its inexpressible beauty it would have already vanished before him. Even the most intimate of partners cannot share the enormity of this life altering sensation that never leaves him. He has been shifted, as it would be to a place of observance, watching those people, places and events as he is capriciously viewing a movie. If he is attentive, he will catch himself asking: “Who are these people?”
Your love and devotion have in no wise been altered; simply the perception of that love has changed gears. A certain amount of lack of ambition and the need to demonstrate any special abilities is unquestionably marked and noted.