Sunday, July 7, 2013

Truth over Comfortable Delusions

      “as a spiritual seeker I (am) interested more in the unsettling nature of the truth than in the safe confines of doctrine.
     What matters is that we take the deadness of the soul seriously; that we pay attention to the contents of the heart; that we ask the hard questions, and fearlessly face the hidden parts of the self. What matters, Jung says, is that we shine the light of consciousness in the dark corners of our life. What is not brought to consciousness, he says, comes to us as fate.”

       Lesser E. “Broken open. How difficult times can help us grow.” Villard, NY, 2005.


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