Communication derives from the Latin communicare meaning to hold in common. This is why oneness relationships are so quiet. Where the two are one, what is there to discuss, analyze or argue over?
The deeper it goes, the quieter it gets.
There is within us the depthless silence of love. There is also the howl of ego whose clamorous denunciations never cease and whose underlying message is always the same: “Get ready for war.”
When we follow to its extinction the sound of the gong, we find ourselves bathed in silence. The gift of this experience is the realization that no matter what happens, all is well.
Stopping on the outside—well, that’s one thing. Stopping on the inside is another thing.
Man’s chief problem is that he thinks involuntarily. He does not choose to think. He is being thought.