Two days ago I spent the morning reading the first “assignment”, reflecting on the questions, and writing responses to them. It was the first time I have consciously thought about wholeheartedness.

In the afternoon I picked up the book on dreams I was reading and was amazed by what I read: “…I believe that wholeheartedness is the most important psychospiritual dynamic in developing consciousness, “individuating,” and living. I have come to see t...

Two days ago I spent the morning reading the first “assignment”, reflecting on the questions, and writing responses to them. It was the first time I have consciously thought about wholeheartedness.

In the afternoon I picked up the book on dreams I was reading and was amazed by what I read: “…I believe that wholeheartedness is the most important psychospiritual dynamic in developing consciousness, “individuating,” and living. I have come to see that wholeheartedness and genuine enthusiasm and involvement with the people and activities of one’s life make the most difference in evolution and individuation — much more even than what one is wholehearted about.” [Page 121 of the book “Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphill” by Jeremy Taylor]
I think this coincidence is wanting me to pay attention and to live life much more wholeheartedly!.

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