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"In the common practice of meditation the idea is to reject all impressions, but here is an opposite practice, very much more difficult, in which all are accepted. This cannot be done at all unless one is capable of making Dhyana at least on any conceivable thing, at a second's notice; otherwise, the practice would only be ordinary mind-wandering." - The Hermetic Library Blog
Commentary (ΛΕ) on ΚΕΦΑΛΗ ΛΕ Venus of Milo in Liber CCCXXXIII, The Book of Lies by Aleister Crowley. “In the common practice of meditation the idea is to reject all impressions, but here is an opposite practice, very much more difficult, in which all are accepted. This cannot be done at all unless one is …