We are always dealing with the Creator alone. There is no one in front of us besides Him. All the still, vegetative, and animate levels of nature, as well as the people that appear to surround us in this world, are just sensations inside our desires. All the images, actions and situations are perceived inside our desires. They are actually sensations of the Creator, who desires to appear to us in the form of this material reality instead of letting us feel Him.
If while perceiving this reality, a person feels that everything comes from the Creator, then this alone should already be enough for him. It doesn’t matter what you feel; the most important thing is that you feel that you have a connection with the Source of your sensation, the Source of all reality – the Creator. Just don’t take this away from me! But the actual states I go through don’t matter. They can be the worst states in my sensations and the most confusing states in my mind. But it doesn’t matter what I feel in my mind and heart, because these are my egoistic senses and it doesn’t matter what happens in them. I care about just one thing: making sure I don’t separate from my Source, the Source of my perception and sensations.
This means that a person “lays on the ground” and therefore has nowhere to fall. After all, he cares about just one thing and doesn’t need anything else. This is the beginning of one’s spiritual work: it’s when a person has ascended above all corporeality and has a constant, minimal contact with spirituality.