Thus infinite consciousness includes unconsciousness. It sustains, covers, pierces through, and provides an end to, unconsciousness—which flows from and is consumed by infinite consciousness.
In order to assert infinite consciousness unequivocally, I declare that I have infinite consciousness; and I can do this most emphatically because I am infinite consciousness. I am everything and I am beyond, beyond everything.
I am ever conscious that I am in you, while you are never conscious that I am in you. Daily I support you and share your consciousness. Now I want you to uphold me and share my consciousness one day.
Man, being unconscious of actually possessing the never-ending, conscious experience that God is everything and all else is nothing, feels everything is: Air is. Water is. Fire is. Earth is. Light is. Darkness is. Stone is. Iron is. Vegetation is. Insect is. Fish is. Bird is. Beast is. Man is. God is. Bad is. Pain is. Pleasure is. Thus there is no end to all else that is, until he arrives at "nothing is" and instantaneously he realizes "God Is."
It is not easy for man to accept and keep on accepting, under all circumstances, that God is. Even after his firm acceptance that God is, it is supremely difficult, though not impossible, for him to realize what he has firmly accepted. Realization means that instead of being fully conscious that he is man, man becomes fully conscious that he is God, was God, has always been God and will ever remain God.
Knowingly or unknowingly, man is ever seeking the Goal, which is to realize his true Self. The very nearest and innermost to man is his Soul, but the fun of it is that he feels far, far away from it. There appears no end to his journeys towards the goal, through the numberless highways and byways of life and death; although in fact there is no distance at all to cover. Having achieved full consciousness as man, he has already arrived at his destination, and now possesses the capacity to become fully conscious of his soul. Still he is unable to realize this divine destiny, because his consciousness remains completely focused on his perverted, limited, finite self—the mind—which ironically has been the medium of achieving consciousness.
Before he can know Who he is, man has to unlearn the mass of illusory knowledge he has burdened himself with on the interminable journey from unconsciousness to consciousness. It is only through love that you can begin to unlearn, thus eventually putting an end to all that you do not know.