But there’s another way we might distinguish styles of knowing. We can call them Head, Heart, and Gut.
The first is knowing through the mind and intellect, through concepts and that screen of experience. The Gyani.
The second is knowing through the heart, through fine feelings & intuition. The Bhakti. This includes emotions but we’re talking about knowing or understanding. Reactive emotions and purification triggers are not means of knowing.
The third is the gut or hara, knowing through the body, through action and doing and perception. This is the Karma Yogi and likely the Hatha too.
As I’m visual and conceptual, the language I use on the blog comes out of that. It will attract people who can relate to that. People more into the art of doing and feeling will tend to ignore conceptual noise. In fact, they won’t be spending much time at a computer.
Most of us will touch all the major paths on our journey. The awakening heart, for example, will create a a Bhakti even of a deep Gyani.
From my perspective, everything is knowable because we are it. But how you will come to know it varies widely. It may be nothing like I describe here but will bring equal or greater wisdom. We’re all here to have a distinctive experience of the whole so we should never expect “like that.”
The only limitation I’m aware of is that “everyone can realize but not everyone can cognize“. There is a specific style of experience designed to enliven laws of nature that not everyone is built for, just like not everyone is a healer.
The more we step into the deeper values of our being, the more is available to be known. Together, we enliven all these unique facets, making it alive in consciousness and more accessible to those without the same talent.