To come and go in emptiness requires a degree of psychological distance from our inherited language structures.

One of the reasons it's difficult to articulate the experience without it sounding nonsensical and paradoxical is because it's pure subjectivity, and language deals primarily in the objective. The relative and observable; that which can be quantified, described and differentiated between in relation to the senses and each other. The more subjective the state being described, the more ambiguous language becomes in expressing it.

When all comparison occurs within it, what to compare it with?

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