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|Complete Original Text of the Best Selling Inspirational Classic - Millions of Copies Sold Worldwide.|
|Whether it is expressing ultimate truth or conventional truth, it is flawless. ... Of |
course, doubts are not always useless. The Zen masters always say, “Greater
doubt harvests greater realization; smaller doubt harvests smaller realization;
without ... and you then analyze Buddhism, you may then obtain an extraordinary
result and ultimately eliminate all doubts from your mental continuum. ... If you
follow unwise arguments or just follow the crowd you will end up with undesirable
Rafael E. López Corvo - 2006 - 229 pages
|"Trusting what he saw," says Gay, referring to Charcot's emphasis on clinical |
observation, "he defended practice over theory, ... Transference is important
because, as a window from the past, it closely portrays the individual's historical
truth of how early ... It is important to be aware that we do not analyse people but
minds, just as heart surgeons operate on hearts. Humpty Dumpty: "iatrogenic
splitting" and multiple personality At birth the mind is always fragmented in bits
and pieces, but ...
Seyyed Hossein Nasr - 1989 - 341 pages
|This traditional exegesis of language reveals not only the relation of principial |
knowledge to the heart but also the important metaphysical ... In the heart,
knowledge in fact always coincides with love. Only when externalized does
knowledge become related to the mind and the activity of the brain, and love to
that substance which is usually called the soul. ... certain inner truths in order to
be able to interiorize, to analyze in order to synthesize, synthesis needing a
phase of analysis.
|If you had a map for every situation in life, you would not learnthelessons of |
experience. ... The mystical mind is comfortableliving with mystery,knowing that
sometimes you just need to be — to surrender to divine guidance and not figure
anything out. The mortal mind tends to get us stuck in life by refusing to live in
mystery, by always wanting to have the answer, now. ... The truth would just float
around in your mind; you could think about it, visualize it, analyze it — but until
you live that ...
|Make a conscious choice to retrain your brain into knowing and behaving like the |
being you were always meant to be. ... You may have to dig deep and find that
place within you that accepts the truth ofwho you truly are. ... Do not analyse it
and do not think about the experience too much, just feel what it is like, let that
good feeling infuse all of your body from the top of your head to the tips of your
|Christ (not just because you don't want to disappoint me), then surrender your |
whole life to him. ... She would always end the session with “Mr. Spurgeon,
please pray for me.” Spurgeon became exasperated and finally said, “Lady, pray
for yourself, for I will not. ... THE HOLY SPIRIT TOUcHES THE WHOLE PERSON
To analyze human nature I have divided it into the three segments of mind, heart
|The conservers or guardians of great truths always give them out with jealous |
care. ... the naked truth and beholding beauty and grandeur in it are not permitted
to behold it in its natural, unadorned state. Only the pure in heart can see God. ...
A true analysis separates only incidentally and never loses sight of the whole.
|The Mind of the Lord Now we come to another quotation from the Old Testament, |
this time from Isaiah,Jeremiah, andJoel. ... Additionally, I might not be telling
myself the truth, because I do not always know why I do what I do. Are you always
in touch with your motives? I can never get inside the secret chambers of others'
hearts, so how can I know their motives? ... This is not a negative spirit but a spirit
of analysis, and, as I said, it is always with me, except when I come to the text of ...