Although the unfurling realization of divine knowledge is often figuratively described as “traversing the path”, this analogy should not be taken too literally. There is no ready-made road in the spiritual realm. Spiritual progress is not a matter of moving along a line already laid down and unalterably defined.
Rather it is a creative process of spiritual involution of consciousness, and this process is better described as a “spiritual journey” than as the traversing of a path.
The journey is comparable in fact to a flight through the air, and not to a journey upon the earth, because it is truly a pathless journey.
It is a dynamic movement within the consciousness of the aspirant that creates its own path and leaves no trace behind it.
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