Everyone is able to recognize the unity. It is always perceptible. From the beginning of our existence. Perhaps it is comparable with a sound, which we hear from birth. This sound would always be there. And it would always be constant. There would be no need to react to it. There would be no need for conscious awareness. This sound would be there – but it would be like non-existent for us. It would always have been there, it would always be there, and it would do nothing to us. As children we would still have been able to hear it. Until our mind fine-tuned the perception filter and filtered it out. Now to listen consciously for this sound would be already difficult. To make an effort and bring whatever was there into consciousness, to bypass the filter and hear something that you don’t consciously know what it actually sounds like, could already give you a headache. Now what I am talking about, however, is not a sound. And to make matters worse, it can’t be experienced with the conventional sensory tools. If we could still prick up our ears and listen to something of which we had at least a vague idea (a sound), we are now faced with the challenge of perceiving something of which we have no idea whatsoever in our everyday consciousness. Let alone which sense we should use to perceive this unknown kind of sensory impression, if it is not about seeing, hearing, smelling, feeling or tasting. My experience is that it works best if you don’t try at all. Sometimes I meet people for a cup of coffee or tea. We then talk for an hour – and then it’s done. My counterpart goes home and takes this non-specific sensory impression with him. Because of what we have created through our connection, what we have strengthened and activated, he has taken home an inexpressible perception and realization. He couldn’t describe it, but there would have been a change of vision.