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If someone is asleep and you tell him he is asleep, there is no one to listen, no one to understand. Only when he wakes up does he realise that he was asleep. If someone is unconscious and you tell him he is unconscious, it
does not mean anything to him. This is what Plato calls ‘We don’t know that we don’t know’.
The first step to spiritual awakening is to at least know that we don’t know’. The whole game begins here.
About the Author
Dr Prashant Kakoday, is a medical doctor based in Cambridge with a background in ENT surgery and Integrated Health. He has spent the past 35 years exploring the riddle of human consciousness. He travels extensively, addressing audiences on the subjects of spirituality and holistic principles of life and health.
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