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August & September 2023

The Importance of Experiencing All Feelings

& The Dynamic State of Laziness

PL 190


     We all know, my friends, how important, how essential it is to face and accept those aspects, feelings, convictions, and attitudes in you which are either not at all conscious or not sufficiently so.  Unless this awareness is cultivated it is impossible to free the innermost center of your being, the nucleus from which all life springs.  As far as it is possible to generalize, many of you are in a position to

     1) acknowledge your destructive, negative, cruel, hostile, and selfish feelings and attitudes.

     2) see the mechanisms of your defenses to some extent ‑‑ [even if not to the fullest extent]. 


     Even this partial awareness makes so much difference!  It shifts your entire position toward yourself.  You no longer required to defend your defenses, to pretend to be so perfect that everything in you ought to be "right."  The capacity to own up to being fallible, human, vulnerable, irrational, wrong, needy, defenseless, weak, and unhappy must by necessity increase your capacity to be strong, truly right (not selfrighteous), truly independent and fulfilled. 


     The admission of heretofore apparently inadmissible feelings is the bridge to inner unity and fulfilling selfexpression of life. 



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June & July 2023


Moralizing: Disproportionate Reactions, Repressed Needs

PLs 90 & 91


      The topic of Moralizing is best studied once there is an awareness of emotions that have been repressed, and after they have, in part, been able to reach a surface awareness. These are generally prevalent, and every human being will have all of them in some degree. Often such moralizing does not appear outwardly at all.  In fact, outwardly the very opposite may be true.  But inwardly it exists to some extent with all human beings.


    Explore Part 1 in June: Becoming Aware of Repressed Emotions; Mankind's Neglect of Emotional Development; Influence of the Idealized Self Image PL 83; and Morals vs. Moralizing


    Explore Part 2 in July:  Morals vs. Moralizing; Tendency to Moralize;  Exaggerations and Disproportionate Reactions; and Unfulfilled Needs - how these topics link together


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