I’ll take the next dozen or so Posts to elaborate on the tradition of the ‘Spiritual Path’, a common term interpreted with fair uniformity across religious traditions.
I didn’t think up this trek to True Nothing by myself last night. It’s been around for a very long time.
Carl Jung: ‘The goal of Eastern religious practice is the same as that of Western mysticism: the shifting of the center of gravity from the ego to the Self, from man to God. This means that the ego disappears in the Self, and man in God.’
This ‘Shifting of the center of gravity’ is the ‘Spiritual Path’ [Marga, Tao, and so on].
And this ‘Orienting to Nothing’ is the original ‘Spiritual Path’. Although it gets newly discovered each time a tradition wants to claim for itself an exclusive revelation.