| Perception

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    It appears that true perception is the basis for transcendence, particularly when viewing and sensing the natural world. And true perception has its foundation in pure receptivity. Whilst pure receptivity is naturally selfless, open-hearted and open-minded, where all senses are innocently open. Perceiving this way gives rise to love, truth and innocence in thought, speech and action. This appears to be the highest form of perception for human beings. Yet for the most part, at this stage of human evolution, many of us do not perceive this way, as we tend to perceive more selfishly, which in turn creates conditioned thought, speech and action.

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