A talk given by Phiroz Mehta at Dilkusha, Forest Hill, London on 26th July 1975
The worldly meaning of attentiveness: I, a separate person, am attending to a separate object or person. I am not in true communion. In the religious sense, attentiveness is total, the separation between self and not-self has vanished. Signs: wholeness; no interference by the whole of the past, i.e. our fixed ideas, beliefs and all mental constructs; no “future.” The whole of the future is embodied in the Now.
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