Re: Please explain what Master Chen means by “If your eyeball doesn’t flip, there’s no monkey.”
Master Chen (Yun Xiang Tseng) and Swami Nitty-Gritty (Adano Ley) seem to be aligned on many aspects of eyeball flipping.
Here’s my humble endeavor to interpret …
A Gansfeld is a German word for “total field.”
Placing 2 halves of a ping-pong ball over our eyes makes our brain see “blank.”
Swami Nitty-Gritty said, “The brain can’t stand blank.”
He was speaking of our inability to stay awake and aware when our brain is slowed down to a delta brain wave state.
Normally, our subconscious rapid-fire eyeball movements – the hypometric, hypermetric, and correctional oscillations of saccades and glissades – are continuously occurring because we can’t construct a “picture” of “reality” without them.
When our eyeballs stop, the universe stops – called “stopping the world” in Journey to Ixtlan by Carlos Castaneda.
A Ganzfeld is used in parapsychology research because seeing “blank” forces our brain to construct an alternate reality in lieu of (and short of) stopping at “blank” – in other words, 99.9 percent of us human beings have an ANTI-ENLIGHTENMENT REFLEX built into our mechanism – the Organ Kunderbuffer???
EYEBALL PAUSE is the “crack in the universe between daylight and dark” – the higher-level control of saccadic pulse generation.
Enlightenment transcends the “Dome of Many Colors” (the color spectrum) to see the world in the white light of BLANK – and hear the world in the white noise of BLANK.
You must reach the 4th Endocrine Level (4th Chakra) to experience BLANK – white irradiation and white acoustics – for any length of time.
The 3rd Chakra is COLOR, the 2nd Chakra is GEOMETRY, and the 1st Chakra is STRUCTURE.
The “monkey mind” – and its accompanying saccadic and glissadic eye movements – is COMPELLED to jump from one thought to another, just like a monkey jumping from one branch to another.
Master Chen cautioned, “If I visualize or use any technique, I’m still feeding monkey with banana. Then you’re feeding monkey one banana after another.”
Swami Nitty-Gritty said, “Your nothingness is its thingness at its fullness.”
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