Revision: 4 Feb 2024
- Desiring, expecting, or requiring that which is transcendent of experience to be confirmed by experience before accepting it.
- Insisting upon experience to confirm that which is beyond experience.
- The insistence upon experience keeps one in a cycle of experiencing, which is to say experiencing the unreality of separation.
- Any lack of trust in direct knowing beyond experience limits the capacity for direct knowing and limits the ability to end the cycle of experience (and suffering).