"It is a witnessing. Unless you go behind yourself you will not be able to know it.
"There are three things in the world. One is the world of the object – the things that surround you. Closer to it, when you come towards yourself, is the world of thoughts, dreams and desires. That too surrounds you. That's what you ordinarily call the inner world. It is not inner, it is still outer.
"There are two kinds of outsides; one that you see with open eyes and one that you see with closed eyes. But both are outside because whatsoever can be seen must be outside. To be seen, it has to be outside, it has to be different from you. The object has to be different from the subject.
"And then there is the third, the world of your innermost core, your subjectivity – from where you go on seeing. To come to that is to realize one's divinity. One has to become a witness to objects and to thoughts, and by witnessing, by and by a moment comes when the turning happens. When there is no object and no thought left in your consciousness, when your consciousness is pure, it takes a turn – a hundred-and-eighty-degree turn. When there is nothing to be seen, the seer starts seeing itself.
"Remember, I am only using words, and they are not adequate any more.
"'The seer starts seeing himself' are not the right words because, again, the words indicate a division – the seer and the seen – and now there is no division, there is only you and you and you; there is not something that is seeing and something that is being seen. It is pure consciousness.
"Divinity means pure consciousness. You will first have to go from the world of objects to the world of thoughts, and then you will have to take another step – you will have to drop thinking, let thoughts disappear, let there be nothingness. In that nothingness the turning happens. You cannot do it. You can do only two things: you can close your eyes to the world and you can close your consciousness to the constant traffic of thoughts."