Formed concepts keeps one in a conditioned prison, this blocks one from seeing that in the stillness of non labeling, there’s no lock on their prison cell and there’s a beauty to life that only non labeling will reveal.
The essence of nature can only been seen when it’s viewed from a non labeling perspective. Labeling a flower as such does nothing to enhance its beauty. It exist without the label, actually the label limits one from seeing its beauty because by labeling it it becomes conceptual and in one’s formed concepts are their limits. This is how it is with most things that exist naturally in life, the don’t need labels. In the case of a flower, it gets all it needs from the Universe, it doesn’t think about how it can enhance its own beauty, this is a natural process. It’s the same with humans, that is once the conceptual living begins to slow. No label enhances anything, they’re useful in categorizing things, but this doesn’t enhance whatever it is that’s being labeled.
This is why it’s said “In stillness all truth is revealed” because when the mind is free of conceptual labeling, there’s an underling understanding of things that’s very difficult to explain with words. It’s the reason I often write “it is seen as it is seen” in response to some people who post on my articles, because no matter how much I try to convince someone to see what I see, it’s almost impossible, almost. Because of the conditioning in place people have a hard time with someone possibly knowing more than them, so they close down and miss the true essence of what’s really happening. As with the flower, you will know truth when it is seen that something exist without needing to label it. Our formed concepts keep us in a conditioned prison, this blocks one from seeing that in the stillness of non labeling there’s no lock on their prison cell and there’s a beauty to life that only non labeling will reveal.