…” The apparent end of ‘me’ is the complete breakdown of a life in experienced separation. The whole game of a separate entity , which lives in perceiving everything as apparently separate from itself, comes to an end, when the energy of being someone collapses and ‘me’ disappears. The game of living in perception ends. Suddenly unexpectedly.
What remains, if even perception disappears? – No-thing, God, the unknown. Is there perception? – Of course not. Who is there to perceive what? In liberation there only is what is. Undivided beauty. No-thing. No perceiver, no perception and nothing to be perceived…”
Andreas Müller – excerpt from ‘writings’, Perception.