Experience and Cognition – Franklin Jones – unpublished notes – 1971


home-76.gif" width="40"/>




unpublished notes, Franklin Jones (Adi Da Samraj),
1971

 

We know the worlds through and in experience or
cognition. In fact, we are always experiencing only one
thing. There is only one experience and that is cognition
itself. Nothing appears that is not already cognition. The
worlds cannot be radically separated from cognition. The
point is not that the worlds do not exists apart from
cognition or the consciousness of them. It is simply that
the significant fact for us is that we are only and
radically experiencing and we know nothing that can be
radically separated from experiencing or cognition.

The Truth for us is entirely radically the truth of
cognition or concerning cognition. The truth for us is the
radicaly understanding of cognition. No investigation or