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If he wishes to enter the stage of contemplation, he must let go of every thought as it rises, however high or holy it seems, for it is sure to bring associated thoughts in its train. However interesting or attractive these bypaths may be at other times, they are now just that--bypaths. He must rigidly seek the Void.

-- Notebooks Category 23: Advanced Contemplation > Chapter 7 : Contemplative Stillness > # 162

-- Perspectives > Chapter 23: Advanced Contemplation > # 51