Excerpt About View of Totality

Freedom Seen as Not Specific to Any Particular Realization

The view of totality liberates freedom from being defined by any particular experience or realization. Freedom, at some point, becomes free of realization, because true nature itself is free and has no limits. Even though, as we have seen, freedom is present in any experience of realization, the view of totality also shows that freedom is not specific to any particular realization, aspect, or dimension. Each of these gives a taste of freedom, but freedom is something more mysterious than that. And the view of totality keeps liberating freedom from anything that we would connect with freedom. Freedom, at some point, liberates itself from all associations, including the association to true nature. The view of totality allows this because any perspective that arises is welcome and enriches the view.

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