From Ken Wilber’s “A Spirituality That Transforms”:
Let [an awakening] start right here, right now, with us–with you and with me–and with our commitment to breathe into infinity until infinity alone is the only statement that the world will recognize. Let a radical realization shine from our faces, and roar from our hearts, and thunder from our brains–this simple fact, this obvious fact: that you, in the very immediateness of your present awareness, are in fact the entire world, in all its frost and fever, in all its glories and its grace, in all its triumphs and its tears. You do not see the sun, you are the sun; you do not hear the rain, you are the rain; you do not feel the earth, you are the earth. And in that simple, clear, unmistakable regard, translation has ceased in all domains, and you have transformed into the very Heart of the Kosmos itself–and there, right there, very simply, very quietly, it is all undone.
Wonder and remorse will then be alien to you, and self and others will be alien to you, and outside and inside will have no meaning at all. And in that obvious shock of recognition–where my Master is my Self, and that Self is the Kosmos at large, and the Kosmos is my Soul–you will walk very gently into the fog of this world, and transform it entirely by doing nothing at all.
And then, and then, and only then–you will finally, clearly, carefully and with compassion, write on the tombstone of a self that never even existed: There is only Ati.
Read the whole essay.