Ø Consciousness is made up of its content.
Ø Without the content consciousness as we know it does not exist.
Ø The content of consciousness is put together by thought.
Ø Thought is a material process and therefore is limited.
Ø So consciousness is always limited.
Ø Any action of consciousness trying to go beyond itself is still a limitation.
Ø Unless there is a radical mutation in consciousness, outward activities will bring about more mischief, more sorrow and more confusion.
Ø Only a complete mutation in consciousness will bring about a new world, a new civilization, a new way of living and a new relationship between man and man.
Ø The ending of the content of consciousness is radical mutation.
Ø The mutation in consciousness is the ending of time, which is the ending of the “me” which has been produced through time.
Ø To bring about mutation in consciousness a totally different kind of energy is required.
Ø The mind must be totally devoid of thought, so that there is observation without idea; such observation gives the tremendous energy for mutation.
Ø As long as the division between the observer and the observed exists there can be no radical mutation of consciousness.
Ø If you observe the process of thinking and do not become an observer apart from the observed, if you see the whole movement of thought without accepting or condemning it, then that very observation puts an immediate end to thought. The mind is then compassionate; it is in a state of constant mutation.
Ø When there is pure observation of any problem there is a transformation, a mutation, in the very structure of the brain cells.
Ø When one fundamentally, deeply brings about a mutation, then that mutation affects the whole consciousness of man.
Ø Consciousness, then, is totally different…. Perhaps we won’t even use that word consciousness…. It is of a totally different dimension….A dimension which exists naturally….You cannot speculate about that dimension.
Source; KFI ,sahyadri reference material.