From Mother's Agenda, September 18, 1964
"I am on the border of a new perception of life. People's ordinary reaction to the activity of others, to everything around them, their general and ordinary way of seeing things, all of that represents a certain attitude of consciousness: it is seen from a certain level. And when I commented on those aphorisms the other day, I suddenly noticed that the level was different and the angle so different that the other attitude, the ordinary way of seeing things, appeared incomprehensible - you wonder how you can have it, so different is it. And while I was speaking, I had a sort of sensation or perception that this new "attitude" was being established as a natural, spontaneous thing - it isn't the result of an effort for transformation: it's an already established transformation.
It isn't total, because both functionings are perceptible, but I am confident that it is on the way. Then it will be interesting.
As if certain parts of the consciousness were in a metamorphosis from the caterpillar state into the butterfly state, something like that.
It's just on the way. But far enough on the way to make the difference very perceptible. Once it is done, something will be established."
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