Step Three Hundred and Thirty-Two
Remind yourself upon the hour that you are only beginning to comprehend the meaning of Knowledge in your life. In your deeper practice periods, once again enter your sanctuary of Knowledge so that your capacity for Knowledge may grow, your desire for Knowledge may grow and your experience of Knowledge may grow. Only as these things grow can your comprehension grow. Therefore, you are freed from judgment. You are free to participate, where all understanding will emerge.
Practice 332: Two 30-minute practice periods. Hourly practice.
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I am beginning to experience this freeing feeling, the less I know and the more I accept that I am a beginning student with a lot still to learn, the freer I am to keep on learning and the more I want to learn. When I entered my sanctuary of Knowledge today, the fire of Knowledge was roaring and swept through me, cleansing and purifying my mind. I embrace this gushing effervescence of Knowledge within me and wish to spread it out into the world.
I am happy to have a beginning comprehension.
“Take heart in this, for this frees you from attempting to draw conclusions about your participation and about your life.”
July 18, 2015 Round Two: Today I am happy not to know how everything will pan out. I am happy to know that I am only beginning to comprehend Knowledge in my life. And indeed I am. My experience is that things happen as they will happen, without any orchestrating on my part. In fact, when I try to orchestrate, I only get frustrated. It is better to just allow life to take its course, confident that all is in divine order and I can rest assured that all is unfolding in the best possible way. And this is not a cop-out, I don’t just sit around doing nothing, resting on my laurels. I am active in doing things. It’s just there is a subtle difference between forcing things and just allowing things to happen as they will. I take a step, but then I accept that it may not always take me where I was intending to go. And I adjust my expectations accordingly.