I have long realized that even though I always write from direct experience, it may seem merely
intellectual – just ideas and concepts strung together and parroted.
I always write from direct experience, although often go straight for the generality behind the
specific situation that triggered my curiosity. Both are needed for a rich and full description,
and I tend to leave out one half. And of course, I use language and terminology available to me
from exposure to various teachings and other sources.
Here is an irony regarding writings from a more transdual view: They appear merely intellectual fantasies and consepts from a dualistic perspective, for those who do not experience the world
this way. And they only come to life when read by someone who themselves experience the world from a more transdual view, who have similar experiences of Existence.