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However, Baba resumed: “To know God in His infinite contradiction is to become conscious of His consciousness of His unconsciousness. It is not meant for you all, but for those too eager for spirituality and with an intellect to back them up.

 

“To achieve the God-state, do absolutely nothing while doing everything. Harry, isn't it true?"

 

Dr. Kenmore: "Everything is done by doing nothing."

 

Baba: "You are not to do anything but become the dust-like aspirant, leaving all to the Perfect Master.

 

"To find God, you must find yourself lost to yourself.

 

"The discourses that Dennis will get printed will help even the scientists—the points on space, time, habitable planets, universes, etc.

 

“To be infinitely conscious, you must consciously lose consciousness of yourself. What does it mean? It's not like taking chloroform—you must be consciously unconscious of yourself!

 

"Space is the gulf between Imagination and Reality. The evolution of Consciousness fills this gulf.

 

"Time is the interval between your very-first imagination and your very-last imagination. Yesterday has gone, today is today and by tomorrow, today will have become yesterday . . . and again comes another today. So it is eternally TODAY—NOW. There is no yesterday, there is no tomorrow. There is only NOW—the moment, the instant, and eternally it is only this NOW.

 

"There is no time. Time is the interval between your very-first imagination and your very-last imagination.

 

"Where imagination ends God IS and Godhood begins. Imagination is an eternal mimicry of Reality affecting the shadow-play of illusion.

 

"God is not anything comprehensible. He is Reality: Consciousness—Absolute Consciousness, Infinite Consciousness. The Realization of God is Absolute Consciousness minus consciousness of imagination being imagination. It is all a headache. Do you all want to hear this? Harry says it is very clear!"

 

Eruch adds: "Just reading it is a tongue-twister for me!"

 

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