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Observations can be with or without an observer observing. Observer observations are related to partial functioning of the mind. Observerless observations are related to full functioning of the mind, to a mind, which though it functions partially when partial functioning is necessary or appropriate, is otherwise truly meditative or silent. Observations can be observerless, that is, without observer, when one's state of mind awareness is not conscious awareness. The timeless, which is the eternal or the absolute, is only there in anyone's awareness when self is not there being consciously aware. What is absolutely or ultimately real is only there when that which is actual or living is there, rather than something merely ideal or abstract. The observations described in this book were observations out of a truly silent, meditative mind, and not observations out of one that was functioning partially.
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About the Author
J. Richard Wingerter, a retired teacher, is author of Teaching, Learning, and the Meditative Mind (2003), Science, Religion, and the Meditative Mind (2003), and Beyond Metaphysics Revisited (2002) all from the University Press of America.