Mindfulness: phenomenology of the sacred

Watercolour painting on paper of Marichi, a Rishi and son of Brahma. c. 19th Century. US public domain via wikimedia.
Watercolour painting on paper of Marichi, a Rishi and son of Brahma. c. 19th Century. US public domain via wikimedia.

Using the phenomenological methods such as mindfulness and meditation the individual may build a capacity to know the eternal truth of the Self.

From that place of mindful awareness, the individual can begin to articulate the truth and even to represent it. Combining and recombining symbols, analogies, metaphors, one is able to represent the eternal nature of the Self as it appears to their own awareness.

These beings are visionary seers, Rishi in Sanskrit: poets of the divine.

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