Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Immanence is defined here as the state of the realised universe. All phenomena, all dimensions are revealed to manifest at once then vanish without leaving traces. This is the immanent nature of the universe.
We can search for the manifestation of our consciousness but we cannot find it outside of this present moment. We can search for the past and the future but we cannot find them outside of this present moment. We can search for this present moment but we cannot find it before it has passed.
Prescience is defined here as the state of consciousness of Buddha that acts freely identified with the immanent universe. Not a consciousness possessed of 'foreknowledge' but a consciousness in the same state as the universe of which it is immanently a part, existing 'before knowledge.'
Buddha is unobstructed by any dharmas; any dimensions, any phenomena, any manifestations. Buddha is alive in the realised universe. The realised universe is the state of Buddha. The realised universe is just the actual body and mind of Buddha.