One way to look at life in general, and our own within, is through its details. There are details enough to keep us busy for a long time - until our last breaths, in fact. And often this is the way we do it: like shortorder cooks with an array of pots and pans on the fire. Another way to look is to take in the entire vista, as far as the eye can see and even the unknown beyond the limitations of our sight. Pure Consciousness is written from the realm of the latter; details, by definition, encompassed, and yet not dwelled upon. Here Bert Hellinger imagines the whole, which includes all of its parts but doesn`t value any one above the others.
As readers, we are in intimate conversation with the author, imagining with him, touching, tasting, and envisioning the landscape he speaks of. It is a joyful, tender experience. For a moment, the details fall away - struggles, judgments, fears - and we know ourselves to be carried securely, and in good company. For a moment, we may experience a shift in state to one that is in tune with the deepest assumption of the all-enveloping love. For a moment, all moments are one.