Acceptance of What IS

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The path of Jnana, this path of knowledge, requires a transcendence of the mind; and that can only happen when the mind is utterly, thoroughly, completely exhausted. After you have sought every possible avenue into which you might inquire and know, after you have thought again and again that you've GOT IT, only to find it slip through your fingers like jello; only then can there possibly be some kind of surrender, some kind of acceptance of the fact that the mind will not get you there.

— Wayne Liquorman,
“Acceptance of What IS”