If the seeker can succeed in maintaining an intense state of presence to himself both in meditation and in active life, he will start to reach beyond the boundaries of space and time and know spiritual experiences which will forever transform his understanding of himself and the world which surrounds him.
The Law of Attention : Chapter 28
Fruits of Awakening – Chapter 6
When an aspirant comes to truly see what is in front of him, whether it is an animal, a mountain, a plant, etc., he has, in a way that is incomprehensible to the average human being, possessed it. He has acquired a special wealth that bears no relation to the fleeting goods of this world. If, as a result of his efforts to remain intensely conscious and present to himself, he succeeds in really seeing what his gaze rests upon, a rose bush for example, and maintaining this way of looking that is inhabitual to him for a sufficient length of time, he will be able, so to speak, to penetrate the being of this fragile plant, in such a way that a very subtle communion is established between them, through which he will begin to grasp the sort of consciousness and particular feeling it has of itself, the type of joys and fears it feels, its kind of reaction when faced with imminent death, and so on.
At this exceptional moment, he will discover, with stupor that even a stone, apparently inanimate, experiences a form of consciousness. In reality, there is nothing in the Universe that is not alive.
The Law of Attention : Chapter 14
Obstacles to Enlightenment and Liberation – Chapter 10
Exercise walking outside
She must always keep up, tirelessly keep up the effort to remain concentrated (without anticipating any result), to the point where she comes to feel being outside the phenomenal and temporal world.
She will then see the movement and fleetingness of existential life in all their reality, an eternally changing existential life that she will perceive as being separate from her. Through the expansion of consciousness that will occur within her at that moment, the movement of time will also be altered. Everything seems to unfold before her as though in a strange, ephemeral dream—an ephemeral dream from which she will awaken and which she will be contemplating through the enigmatic gaze of a Silent and Immutable Witness who will seem to her, in an ordinarily inexplicable manner, to be herself.