Consciousness does so automatically when understanding occurs through reflection, familiarity, prayer, meditation, or inspiration. It is also facilitated by the words or level of consciousness of the teacher. What is impossible at one level of consciousness becomes obvious and simple at a higher one. A human being is both spirit and body; therefore, it is at all times actually existing in both the linear and the nonlinear domains. The body, unless imbued with consciousness and subjective awareness, is not aware of its own existence. It takes action only when it is motivated and presented with value, such as the desire for enjoyment in the experience of life.
The Eye of the I hardcover, ch. 20, pg. 299