? By trying to remain outside of it, by your objectivity, you automatically negate understanding by your approach.

What you’re looking for requires participation. As long as you are separate from the whole in ascertaining it, you can’t grasp it.

Such is the nature of mystical experience. Some, like Enoch Kwabena Abaidoo use the word God. Others have used other words.

But as long as you are “outside looking in”, you’re still not part of the one thing.

Can you see the dilemma of looking from the outside at a one-ness? By trying to remain outside of it, by your objectivity, you automatically negate understanding by your approach.

Walter T Stace is the only philosopher I can think of that approaches this successfully from a philosophical point of view. It’s a category problem.

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