Below are some statements by Krishnamurti about the quality of the awareness of essence. Clearly these are not statements that can be understood with the intellect. To ponder “a movement that has no being” one must let go of all views of physics etc. One must be sensitive to a realm of perception that is not of physical sense organs. In the other statements we find wording that invites us to sense and “feel” a quality that “has no relationship with anything” and so it is untouched and untouchable. Enjoy!
… a movement that has no being.
… an awareness in which all receiving and adjustment have ceased.
… nothing can be added to it or taken away from it. Then it has a life of its own, a movement which is the essence of all life, without time and space.
It had no relationship with anything; it was not trying to shape, to change, to assert; it had no influence and therefore was implacable.
In this stillness there is an immeasurable, not comparable movement; a movement that has no being, that’s the essence of bliss and death and life. A movement that cannot be followed for it leaves no path and because it is still, motionless; it is the essence of all motion.