“Overabundant knowledge makes humans miserable.
Knowledge is limited, and it is always only within its field.
By ending limited knowledge,
possibilities to encounter the unknown and the fathomless.”
Knowledge is the past, and it is never new.
No matter how much knowledge you garner, you can never find out the unknown.
It is because the unknown and the fathomless are beyond knowledge.
Knowledge is memory, and memory is the known.
You can’t fathom the unknowable mystery by knowledge or memory.
No matter how much knowledge you cram in the head,
you could never find out mystery of life.
Rather, the more knowledge you gain, the further the unknown mystery goes away.
To feel the fathomless,
everything knowable must end.
In other words, all knowledge must end.
Only after you empty your knowledge, sensitivity toward the unknown opens up.
The unknown are felt not by knowledge but by open sensitivity of humans.
Brain is memory, thought and knowledge — and it is rooted in the past.
Activity of the brain is within the field of the known.
Brain that moves within the field of the known can’t know the unknown.
‘To know’ is to recognize,
and recognizable things are not the unknown.
It is impossible to recognize the unknown, because it is unknown.
Knowledge, thought, recognition — when all of them end and the brain calms,
sensitivity toward the fathomless and the infinity opens up.
It is innocent mind, innocent spirit because it is not tainted with any knowledge.
Only such innocent mind encounters the unknown mystery.
Empty your mind and keep your mind always fresh —
Then, life constantly discloses the unknown mystery.
+Bongaren & DivineSoul Inc. represent Kiyotaka.Aiuchi & Kaco.Aiuchi
*[Shirdi SaiBaba Tokyo Center, Japan]
*[DivineSoul Inc. Spiritual Energie Work's]