OK, your last post notwithstanding, let’s indulge in some definition of terms.
And let’s look at some assumptions as well.
How about starting with your use of the terms ‘remembrance,’ ‘Truth’ and the ‘Beloved.’
Sure, we can talk about it, but the bottom line is we can’t even approach their true meaning from the standpoint of that major impediment, the ego-mind. It's the elephant in the room, that mass of habit patterns keeping our consciousness in a state of hypnotic responses. But more about that later. So yes, we can talk about these terms with some humility, remembering that our actual capacity to understand them, much less approach or experience them, is greatly limited. Given that more healthy and productive attitude, let’s talk about them.
Any more terms you would like to add to the list?
Let’s add ‘Self’ to the mix as distinct from self as the limited ego that believes itself to be a limited mind and body separate from others. The Self then would be a state of being, of consciousness, beyond all distinctions---a Self, Unlimited Ego or Real I that knows itself to be infinite and the one source of all limited selves (see Overview for more on this).
Sounds like you’re talking about God.
Could also called the I Am God state of consciousness, a formless one reality or Truth. The Beloved would then be the love aspect or attribute of whatever form or expression one is drawn to, attracted to, longing to unite with. Remembrance would describe a concentrated focus of mind and heart that promotes that longing, that decreases the mass and power of the elephant in the room I mentioned.
And you were saying it’s best to approach this subject matter with a certain caution.
Yes, at least with some circumspection. Insights can be helpful, but getting too stuck on the how’s and why’s can created unnecessary interference. When it comes to eliminating the ego-mind, a massive undertaking in itself, additional stumbling blocks just put the brakes on that process.