In the Silence of the Unfathomable – Chapter 1
Through a serious practice of meditation, it is possible for him to attain this Pure Luminous Consciousness on which rests his hope of liberation, and thanks to which he may begin to see with sufficient clarity the tragedy of the mental labyrinth in which he finds himself trapped—a labyrinth that, unbeknownst to him, he himself has built with his undisciplined thoughts which swirl around unceasingly in his mind, with no definite goal. /…/
However, it is possible for him to overcome these limits and attain a state of consciousness beyond that of the temporal. Nevertheless, this evolution—which actually is inner evolution, vastly differing from what is generally supposed—requires conscious and continual efforts on his part.
Obstacles to Enlightenment and Liberation – Chapter 4
This self-awareness, inaccessible to the seeker in his ordinary state of being, is closely linked with a very special inner presence which is liberating, transforming and therapeutic at the same time.