What, then, is the practical answer to the practical problem set by the Sages—the problem of how to stop one’s thinking in order to become Enlightened?
Instead of stopping thought, I have only to place it—out there in its own place. Instead of rejecting thoughts, I have only to authorize them—where they are perfectly in order. Instead of making enormous efforts to improve the situation, I have only to see that it is all right, and everything is already achieved. No thought can ever come quite home, or penetrate this clear country. All I must do, then, is stay at Home. And this is so easy once I see what this wonderful Home is like. It takes no practice to be a real Home-lover.
From The Face Game by Douglas Harding, page 355.