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Original Wisdom for Self-Healing: An Introduction

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A note for the reader:

The importance of overcoming superficialism in spirituality

The ancient wisdom recorded in the above-mentioned document was traditionally passed on orally. That is how it was passed to me, and how it was passed to my mentors, and their mentors, ad infinitum. There are definite limitations to receiving this knowledge in written form — limitations we would be fools to not acknowledge. I am, however, of the impression that at this critical juncture in human evolution (and, in some ways, human devolution) time is of the essence for those relatively few souls who are destined to recover full consciousness of their Spirit and of the agreement their Spirit sacredly holds with the Divine. It’s worth baring in mind that the limitations of receiving such knowledge in written form is that the delivery of it lacks the all-important fine-tuning which naturally takes place in a traditional mentor-apprentice relationship. These are limitations with potentially serious consequences, as it is so easy to assume we know or understand more than we actually do. As the saying goes, “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing“…

“A little learning is a dangerous thing;
drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring:
there shallow draughts intoxicate the brain,
and drinking largely sobers us again.”
— Alexander Pope, 1688 – 1744

 

It is perfectly natural that we are each constantly facing the fact we are unconscious of what we are unconscious of. In a genuine mentor-apprentice relationship (teacher-student, guru-disciple… call it what you like) the student naturally and organically looks to the teacher to help him or her bring to full consciousness what the student is unwittingly unconscious of. As the author of these written teachings, I can only attend to this fact in a very limited and generalised way. A way that does not account for each of our particular state of unconsciousness. May the above serve as encouragement to seek more.

Ask, and it shall be given you;
seek, and ye shall find;
knock, and it shall be opened unto you
— (Mathew, 7:7)

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