When you have an essay, you can't just take one sentence out of context and expect to make sense of it.
When you have a poetic, allegorical, essay, x1000.
I first wanted to write "I do not agree with that essay", but then opted for "I do not like it", as that expresses my view on it better.
What did John Cleese say in his 30+ minute presentation? "Play
with your ideas, allocate some time for that play, and do not be afraid to make mistakes in the process." Here, I summarized it for you.
That essay? You are quite right, I cannot easily summarize stuff like "Your perception of everything in your life fills up this reservoir." Next should come the advice to open your third eye, inhale prana (or what you're supposed to do with prana? I'm not sure), etc.
You see, whenever I see sentences like "I donít think you can learn it, it is rather something that evolves", that, to me, is a clear indication that the person does not know what he's talking about. Or maybe he does, but does know what or how to say about it. Maybe he should have thought about it more before sitting down to right that essay.
Compare that to John Cleese's talk.