Thus far, buddhi has been pointed out as present and accessible in experiences such as:
- gratitude: Buddhi’s attributes include delight, joy, and lightness of being.
- presence: Buddhi is expressing as luminous clarity, neutrality or impartiality as well as simplicity and acuteness of awareness experienced in presence.
- spaciousness: Buddhi is free from the constraints of projected norms such as time, distance, and measurables. Buddhi is void of concepts and mental formulations of reality. Spacious, open, and unfettered; all, one, whole, and yet non – like the space in a room – are characteristics that we experience that are buddhic.
- continuity: Because buddhi is free of constraints and conceptual frames of reference, no thing can interrupt its smooth, clear, empty, vibrancy. Buddhi is, therefore, experienced as a continuity.
This meditation adds another quality that produces a buddhic response.