Have a mind that is open to everything, and attached to nothing.
There is a discongruity between imagination and reality. Simone Weil talks of the paradox of seeing and eating — eating destroys the object while seeing leaves the subject unsatisfied. The ultimate bliss would be to see and eat at the same time. Beauty comes close to this, because it is a kind of feeding with the eyes. When we don’t see with the eyes we see with the mind — which is to say, we imagine. Imagination is evil because it sets up an ersatz reality over against the real one. Imagination projects forward and backward in time and prevents us from dwelling in the present. Imagination is time.