JK Meditation - Page: 42
In the total attention of meditation there is no knowing, no recognition, nor the remembrance of something that has happened.
Time and thought have entirely come to an end, for they are the centre which limits its own vision.
At the moment of light, thought withers away, and the conscious effort to experience and the remembrance of it, is the word that has been.
And the word is never the actual.
At that moment - which is not of time - the ultimate is the immediate, but that ultimate has no symbol, is of no person, of no god.