Excerpt About Nonconceptual

Perceiving But Not Recognizing the Elements of Our World
Nonconceptual Reality is inherently differentiated as the world we normally see, but in the immediate experience of pure awareness we do not recognize the elements of our world, even though we clearly perceive them. In other words, differentiation is there prior to discrimination. To put it more analytically, true nature manifests as a nonconceptual ground that differentiates into all the forms of appearance, and its dimension of pure presence develops the differentiated forms into discriminated ones. Differentiation creates differences, but discrimination makes these differences knowable.

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