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- December 12, 2018

RT @cgjungny: "To become conscious of [one's shadow] involves recognizing the dark aspects of the personality as present and real. This act…

- November 24, 2018

Every author, writes their book which is never really read, for every reader in reading the author's words reads a different book to the one the author intended. That one book becomes as many as there are readers who read it.

- November 21, 2018

RT @BeContemplative: The center of the soul is God. Love unites the soul with God; and the greater its love the deeper the entry into God..…

- November 20, 2018

RT @holdengraber: “The writer’s work is merely a kind of optical instrument” ~ Marcel Proust, died on this day, in 1922 https://t.co/Mj6

- November 19, 2018

RT @FourthWayTweets: Your life is now yearning forth beyond the great thing toward the greater one. That is why it does not cease to be dif…

- November 14, 2018

RT @BeContemplative: Spiritual practice is the technology of transformation. Humility shows where we are stuck and spiritual practice gives…

- November 6, 2018

Contemporary notions of spiritual development seem to strengthen the very things that ancient forms sought to dismantle. Contemporary formulations appear to focus on saving our "self" while more ancient forms are focussed on saving us from our "self". I wonder what that's about?

- November 5, 2018

Facts are a poor substitute for truth telling - Martin Shaw in Myth is a Wild Way of Telling the Truth

- November 5, 2018

RT @FourthWayTweets: “I will tell you one thing that will make you rich for life. There are two struggles: an Inner-world struggle and an O…

- November 5, 2018

RT @GurdjieffWork: Personality feeds on imagination and falsehood. ~ #Gurdjieff

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