Seek and Ye Shall Find Out | Reviewer: Anonymous | 10/28/2008

John Lennon expresses his joy, ecstasy, and bliss at finding himself, his innermost center of being. He has been through and seen through organized religion and drugs, both of which are distractions from the inner space, the spiritual dimension. These and other preoccupations and addictions keep us focused on the external, material world. He appears to have personally, directly, immediately, existentially experienced the highest state of consciousness. It can be experienced by going within to transcend the mind and thereby realize the ultimate beyond, the nameless unknowable mystery.

No one else can walk the walk for you. No one else can see through your eyes. No one else can feel your pain.

We are spiritual beings having a human experience, not vice versa. This reversed perspective changes everything. John Lennon seems to have experienced a radical, transformative change in his perspective, his vision of truth.