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Further Reflections on Psychotic Knowledge (cont.)
By Shunyamurti

Yet there is a further principle, that of omnicentrism, which is implied by the doctrine of Shunyata (Emptiness), that is found most clearly in Tien-Tai Buddhism, but also in the model of the Net of Indra, which is similar to the modern notion of the holographic paradigm. This principle states that every moment of conscious experience is valid in its own right, and that every individual consciousness mirrors the whole, and is part of the whole. The Absolute appears as the many and the momentary. But if we put these three principles together, then what is Real is every arising of pure awareness, but stripped of its subsequent interpretation. What we must sacrifice is the hermeneutic desire, if we are to regroup into harmonious interbeing at a higher level of consciousness than the one that we are now trapped in. The epistemological impasse is itself an illusion created by the psychotic delusion known as the ego. Only from egoless Brahman-consciousness can the current lethal encounter with psychotic knowledge be surpassed.

Such a shift in actually existing consciousness, once enlightenment has become the new normal, will by itself bring the current epistemological impasse to an end. Once we are operating from quantum consciousness, with our siddhis (spiritual powers) fully deployed, with telepathic intercommunion in place, with everyone sharing in cosmic consciousness, and each Atman Self-realized as an equal point source of the Absolute, then the problem of psychotic knowledge will have been resolved. The current state of pseudo-normality—which is a thin veneer of courtesy over a boiling pot of paranoid aggressivity—will have become a psychic relic of the past dark age of kali yuga, which is now blessedly coming to an end.

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