Knowledge becomes available to you when you direct questions inward. Whether you a hold a secular or religious view, it is crucial to understand that clarity does come when one asks while in a receptive state.
I believe that the objective and subjective worlds are reflections of one another and the question itself acts as a flashlight directing a beam of light on the particular spot in the amorphous collective unconscious where the answer resides.
The trick is to have a clear question. You will find yourself intuiting an insight that illuminates what is true about your concern and reveals a path toward greater states of well-being.
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Inner Journey to Awareness: Behavior is Based on Beliefs & Memories
by Margo Adair.
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