‘Why does one have to compare and pin a label on something that is going on? We do it all the time. But does anything really become clearer by being named and compared with something else? The important thing is to be directly aware of what is happening in the mind as it is happening – to be aware of comparison, for instance, and to observe its immediate effects. At the instant of comparison, where is the awareness? Hasn’t it been replaced by a narrow memory channel that now connects with all kinds of ideas, feelings and emotions.’ (The Work of This Moment)
It has been a while since I opened this book, but I stand by my previous comments.