For a long time, I have been looking for wisdom within (and without). I encouraged my inner self to do the things that need doing, and to spend the rest of the time looking for ways to become better. But in meditation today I got back one thing, the words ‘most of them are ignorance’. It was different from the norm because it was not some detail from my memory or something that I had said to it.
On contemplating it further, it seemed to me that it was talking about the fragments of my inner mind, the things the inner self works with on the inside of the mind. I’ve always avoided imposing a rigid order on these kind of meditations, just working with the impressions I gather of there being some kind of entity in charge of the mind. It’s my own inner system.
I have always thought that the inner self would know how to work with the mind to make it meditative. Now for it to say that most of the things it works with are ignorance seems like a useful insight on its part. Slowly wisdom is arising in the inner world.