JK Meditation - Page: 40
- Meditation is a movement in stillness.
Silence of the mind is the way of action.
Action born of thought is inaction, which breeds disorder.
This silence is not the product of thought, nor is it the ending of the chattering of the mind.
A still mind is possible only when the brain itself is quiet.
The brain cells - which have been conditioned for so long to react, to project, to defend, to assert - become quiet only through the seeing of what actually is.
From this silence, action which does not bring about disorder is possible only when the observer, the centre, the experiencer, has come to an end - for then the seeing is the doing.
Seeing is possible only out of a silence in which all evaluation and moral values have come to an end.