In The Transcendent Act Of Union

In the transcendent act of union
the mystic says that he is
consious of nothing.

The mystic uses a paradoxical language:
Remembering we do not remember,
seeing we do not see,
understanding we do not understand,
penetrating we do not penetrate.

In this wholly indescribable, but
most actual state,
the whole self, exalted
is unified and poured out
in one vivid act of
impassioned perception,
which leaves no room for reflection
or self-observation.

The mystic is attending
exclusively to Eternity,
not to his own perception of Eternity.

by Genova Maaa my mother

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In the supreme act of union with the divine, the visionary is unaware of any details which he/she could impart later. The visionary uses a language which is apparently contradictory: 'Remembering we do not remember, seeing we do not see, understanding we do not understand, penetrating we do not penetrate'. The experience cannot be described with words, but the complete undivided self is decanted in just a single intensely rich act of vehement, inflamed awareness which does not allow for either reflection or self-observation. The mystic is wholly involved with eternity and not to his/her own opinion of eternity. Mystical philosophy is superbly imparted to the reader in this sterling inking, giving a greater understanding of the result of his/her union with the divine. Wonderful work! Thank you for sharing, dearest Tonyyyyy...