Question: When does “listening” really matter?
Answer: Listening really matters when we listen with the intention to hear and feel. Listening becomes useful when we listen with a true intent, wanting to sense, taste the desires, needs and viewpoints of others.
Through such a purposeful listening we can actually penetrate into those desires, needs and viewpoint of others, and as a result we can enter a completely new dimension of consciousness, perception.
Going through this “listening filter’ we can undress from our inherently selfish, egotistic and subjective viewpoint, calculation and by dressing into the desires, viewpoints of others we gain an infinite, objective consciousness, perception of reality, above the individualistic, subjective limitations of time, space and physical motion!