{1.46} All these processes of directing the mind involve an object of inquiry.

{1.47} Then the individual begins to truly know himself.

{1.48} Then, what he sees and shares with others is free from error

{1.49} His knowledge is no longer based on memory or interference. It is spontaneous, direct and at both a level and an intensity that is beyond the ordinary

{1.50} As this newly acquired quality of the mind gradually strengthens, it dominates the other mental tendencies that are based on misapprehensions.

{1.51} The mind reaches a state when it has no impressions of any sort.

It is open, clear, simply transparent.

Lotus Flower