“Division ends when universal mind is perceived”, (Ending of Time). But how sustainable is that when the body is the center of the “perceptive field”? Perception of the universal mind and the end of division is insight. Something changes with insight, but what? Neural pathways, behaviors, relationships?
What do you mean by “Division” in this context?
In terms that K discussed with Bohm in “Ending of Time” series. Division as individual separated from the whole (self, thought, psychological time). “Consciousness is an internal relationship to the whole.” (Bohm)
In the Ending of Time series of 15 talks, a teacher asked K how one would communicate this insight to others. K answered, “Compassion. Compassion would communicate this insight.” But K used words to previously communicate this insight: “There was a man mending the road and that man was myself; the pickax he held was myself; the very stone he was breaking was part of me; the tender blade of grass was my very being, and the tree beside the man was myself. I almost could feel and think like the road mender, and I could feel the wind passing through the trees…I was in everything, or rather everything was in me, inanimate and animate, the mountain, the worm and all breathing things.”
When K was asked by someone, what happened to you? He said “The ocean fell into the drop “.
Do we understand what this all means, but don’t want to live that way? It is our whole way of thinking, tradition, culture, heritage, society, knowledge, all of it, which is a way of life, a modus operandum, but is it living?
The change is in the way the brain operates. We know about the default mode network and how it supports and sustains the illusion of self, and we also know that psychadelic substances temporarily alter this condition, just as long term meditation changes it sustainably.