“This word experience, what that actually refers to is, inconceivable. It’s the literal presence of God. It’s the literal presence of the Absolute. It’s the manifest concrete presence of infinity…
And you get that most directly when you just feel it. Just feel this presence—the presence of experiencing. And right away you’re engaging it with a non-conceptual intelligence—with a very powerful assimilative intelligence that doesn’t use concepts, doesn’t use words, doesn’t use process. It’s just a direct knowing. And this knowing recognizes, this knowing deepens, this knowing knows and builds. And it’s the development of this irrational knowing that is what’s powerful in unfoldment.
And this knowing is developed by feeling actuality. By feeling it very intimately and sensitively and intelligently but not conceptually. It’s not a matter of suppressing concepts, but recognizing that concepts have nothing to do with it—it’s about the feeling.”
— Peter Brown