Spirit’s Study Guide for Book Three – Spirit Teaches a Simple Seeker – The Art of Timeless Wisdom

Lesson One – The Challenges Raise the Bar

“Struggle is a necessary part of life. Our mind is as a muscle in that exercise develops strength and flexibility, strength and flexibility of ideas. Our emotions act through and on choices of how to respond to them.”


Lesson Two – There is a Game Plan

“Desire and intention are powerful tools, or weapons.”

“Weapons aren’t mentioned in the lesson.”

“It goes without saying that anything that can do good can also do harm.”

“We choose how to use them?”



Lesson Three -The High and Low Interact

“Ego and Higher Self Reflect Each Other”

“We can follow both?”



“By finding our unique comfort zone between the two extremes.”


Lesson Four – There is a Plan

“Our memories have memories of their own?”


“How far back can that game be played?”

“It’s more than a game.”

“Then please explain how we can deal with memories that go beyond memories.”

“Explain what?”

“If what we’re doing now had its beginning in the past ..?”

“And it did.”

“Then, if there was a never-ending chaing of events ..?”

“And there was.”

“Then how can we know what causes us to do or be the way we are, now?”

“What we do may be different, but what we are is not.”

“Please Explain.”

“What we are now is what we’ve always been and always will be, a unique blend of variable strengths and qualities of energy.”


Lesson Five – The Power of One

“Our thoughts and emotions have power to affect others.”

“If that’s so ..?”

“And it is.”

“Then the thoughts and emotions of some others ..”


“What gives them power?”

“We do.”


“By opening to them.”

“How not to open to them?”

“By being closed to them.”

“Can we learn to be closed to the thoughts and emotions of some others?”



“Social conditioning can do it.”

“Or self-conditioning?”



Lesson Six – There Are No Losers

“Life is the only game in town and we each live long enough to win.”

“How many lifetimes does it take?”

“As many as are needed.”

“And then what?”

“Wait and see.”


Lesson Seven – There’s More Than Feeling

“It’s not possible to be in relationship without attachment?”


“Emotions, thoughts, and being are different?”


“From what?’

“From each others.”


Lesson Eight – There is No End

“Learning goes on forever?”


“Why does it take so long?”

“There’s no end.”


Lesson Nine – Thee is No Self

“Before you can have more than enough faith in anyone or anything, you would first have to have some. Do you?”

“Do I what?”

“Do you have some faith?”

“In what? Or whom?”

“In me.”

“I must have some or there would be no relationship between us.”



Lesson Ten – There is No Such Thing

“Do all dreams have a purpose?”


“What purpose?”

“What dream?”


Lesson Eleven – There is No Way

“We each are unique in some way, and can only be whom we are, and learn and do whartever, our way.”

“Then the way to enlightenment can only be an individual way?”

“Yes, and no.”

“Please explain.”\

“Learning anything requires accepting general rules, and yet, within these general rules there is infinite flexibility.”


Lesson Twelve – The Self and Ego

“Ego and Self flow into and sustain each other.”

“Can we relate to each of them at the same time?”



“Seek to please one without displeasing the other.”

“It sounds like a relationship problem.”

“It is a relationship.”

“But not necessarily a problem?”



Lesson 13 – There is Only One Story

“Our personal collection of memories is as a history book.”

“But not everything that happened in the past has been recorded.”

“Yes, and not everyone remembers the same situation and events.”

“So, how can thre be only one story?”

“Every individual memory is part of a general collective memory.”

“As in chapters of a book?”



Lesson 14 – The Tree of Life

“Equality and neutrality rarely last for long.”


“All is energy, and energy moves.”

“Could we develop a pattern of our human energies intentionally moving in harmony with each other?”

“Yes, and someday we will.”


Lesson 15 – They Each Reach for the Other

“What could be called a trickle-down-effect is the wave of higher-level energy that comes to humanity in the form of insights.”

“And yet we develop from the bottom-up.”

“Not necessarily.”

“Please explain.”


“How we might not develop from the bottom and work our way up.”

“We never were at the bottom.”

“How low have we been?”

“As low as you needed to be.”

“Why would I need to be low?”

“So that you could work your way up.”

“I don’t understand.”


“I don’t understand why I would want to be low to begin with.”



Lesson 16 – Thinking For a Purpose

“We each hone our skills, emotions, and thought development, not to mention spiritual development, in experience.”

“What kind of experience?”

“Whatever experience we choose.”

“Are all of our experiences chosen?”


“Why would I choose unpleasant experiences?”

“What unpleasant experiences?”


“To learn to feel compassion for those who experience those unpleasant experiences, without having intentionally chosen to do so.”


Lesson 17 – Thinking is a Game

“There are games in this world, and beyond, that are beyond you, at least for now.”

“How can we know what is beyond us?”

“Failure can teach you that.”

“But some people refuse to let failure stop them from keeping on trying to do what they seem to need to do.”


“What does that mean?”

“Some people refuse to give up.”

“Is that foolish or wise?”

“That depends.”

“On what?”

“On how important the goal is.”

“And whether you believe you might be able to reach your goal with just a little more effort?”



Lesson 18 – To Inspire Us to Think

“A sudden insight can inspire us to do research on our own, to seek more information on our subject of interest.”

“Is there no conflict between formal knowledge and sudden awareness or intuition?”

“Is there a difference?”

“Between what?”

“Intuition and awareness.”

“Is intuition more sudden?”



Lesson 19 – Unconditional Love

“Unconditional compassion doesn’t exist.”


“We choose whom to feel compassion for.”

“I’m developing a capacity to feel unconditional love.”

“Yes, I’m impressed.”

“So, what’s the relationship between unconditional love and compassion?”

“Unconditional love has no direct object. I’t a quality of the soul.”


Lesson 20 – Unhappiness and Suffering

“Unhappiness and suffering are self-inflicted.”

“Who would inflice unhappiness and suffering on themselves?”

“We don’t usually do it intentionally.”

“Or consciously?”



“Not why.”

“Then how?”

“By choosing to be unhappy and suffer for the sake of some others.”



“Would it be a temporary situation?”

“It’s not a situation.”

“What then?”

“It’s a state of mind.”

“An emotional state of mind?”

“Not necessarily.”

“A rational decision?”



Lesson 21 – Unique Individuals

“Knowing that you have a specific need is the beginning of awareness that possibly all human have individual specific needs.”

“Why would we have needs that not all other individuals might have?”

“Humans are each and all unique in some way, so their needs might also be unique.”

“Please explain.”

“Swimmers usually need a swim suit. Mountain climbers need different types of clothing.”


Lesson 22 – Wanting Changes Nothing

“Without struggle, nothing would change.”

“If we stopped struggling, …”

“Change would still happen.”


“The world changes around us.”

“Does the world struggle?”

“All forms of life struggle.”


“To live.”


Lesson 23 – We Each Have Our Own Style

“Life is a game that we learn to play in a unique way, our way.”

“Is that what Walking the Walk means?”


“Then what?”

“Walking our unique way is simply to be honest with ourself.”

“How can we know if we’re being honest with ourself?”

“Your inner comfort zone will tell you.”


Lesson 24 – We Learn to Know

“You may not yet know the truth about life, but you know a lot that isn’t true. When we think we know something, then we believe it is true, whether or not it actually is. “

“If truth is a variable, …”

“And it is.”

“Then, could every possible idea be more or less true than some other idea?”



Lesson 25 – We Live Our Awareness

“Do we necessarily live our awareness?”

“Awareness of what?”

“Awareness of how we are living our life.”

“How else would you be living your life?”

“From habit.”

“What habit?”

“The habit of just living the way we seem to need to live.”

“What way do you seem to need to live?”

“As I have always lived, more or less.”

“What way is that?”

“Doing what seems to make sense, while it does.”

“And the what?”

“Adapting as little as possible to make more sense.”


“What does tht mean?”

“It means that you seem reluctant to make any big changes in how you live.”

“Yes, and yet I do change my way of living when it seems to need to be changed.”

“Yes, and that is exactly how to develop an ever-satisfying way of life. Too much change, too quickly, can lead to backsliding into old ways.”


Lesson 26 – We Share Our Life

“We share our life with all who know us, to the extent that they know us.”

“Does that mean that our unique individual lives interconnect with some other unique individual lives?”


“But only partially?”

“How could our unique individual life be unique or individual if anyone else knew us as we know ourself?”

“It would mean a complete merger of two lives?”

“Yes, and eventually, and gradually, that is exactly what will happen.”


“That’s beyond our individual knowing.”


Lesson 27 – Whatever Works

“What works for some people may not work for some others.”


“We each have unique capacities and potentials to succeed in some activities than do some others.. We have unique natural gifts that we have acquired over many lifetimes.”

“Would aptitude tests help us to discover what career we might be best suited for?”

“Who would give the test?”

“A qualified career counselor.”

“What would qualify the counselor?”

“She or he would have studied psychology.”

“You studied psychology.”

“But only undergraduate studies.”

“What did you learn about aptitudes for specific careers?”

“Nothing that I remember.”


“What does that mean?”

“What might it mean?”

“That it’s best for the individual to discover what she or he is best suited to by following their own interests?”

“Yes. If someone else has chosen our life’s work, then it’s not our own.”


Lesson 28 – What is Feng Shui?

“If the story of our life is never finished ..”

“And it isn’t.”

“Then we pick up where we left of in earlier lifetimes?”

“Not necessarily.”

“Please Explain.”

“We may have learned as much about some way of life as much as we care to know about. Or we may simply wish to learn something about something else, this time.”

“Where does Feng Shui fit into this picture?”

“Feng Shui is about discovering our physical comfort zone.”

How do we discover our emotional, intellectual, and spiritual comfort zones?”

The same way we would seek to discover our physical comfort zone, trial and error..”


Lesson 29 – What is Spiritual Philosophy?

‘The study of the development of higher levels of thought.”

“What about it?”

“If that’s what spiritual philosophy is …”

“And it is.”

“How to develop higher levels of thought?”

“We could focus on the quality of our emotions.”

“Refining the quality of our emotions refines the quality of our thoughts?”


“And spirituality is a blend of higher quality thoughts and emotions?”

“Yes. It’s as simple as that.”


Lesson 30 – When More is Less

“More of something, anything, is necessarily less of something else. Dry weather can always be dryer, or less dry.”

“What about wisdom, or understanding?”

“What about them?”

“How do they relate to each other as more or less of one being ..?”

“Wisdom and understanding are each variables, but not polar.”

“So, one could have more of one than of the other?”



“Understanding is a prerequisite to wisdom, but ..”

“It doesn’t work the other way?”

“Yes. Some things we understand and some things we do not. We see or we do not see, unless we vaguely see. Wisdom is awareness of what and how much we see or understand of whatever.”


Lesson 31 – When We’re Not Yet Ready

Spirit agreed with me when I suggested that we each have our own comfort zone when dealing with new information, as well as our own individual style of absorbing new information.

“Yes. Not everyone is as interested as you seem to be to understand the interaction of the many blends of human energy that interact with each other within each of us, as expressed on the Kabbalah Tree of Life and Ladder of Light. And, as interested as you and some others might be, it would be foolish to go beyond your depth, beyond your capacity to understand deeper insights until you first become comfortable with the ones you are now coping with. There is no reward for speed.”


Lesson 32 – Where Does Chaos Rule?

“Our attitude may invite Chaos to rule, when simple respect would serve to unite us.”

“Is it possible to teach everyone to respect everyone else?”

“It’s not only the person or people we need to learn to respect, but the ways of life that they have been conditioned to believe in.”

“How to respect ways that are different from our own?”

“As you would hope that others would respect your values.”

“Is that what ways of life are?”



Lesson 33 – Where Do Expectations Come From?

“Expectations come from personal experience.”

“Does that mean that we expect to be treated as we’ve been treated in the past?”

“Not necessarily so.”

“Please explain.”


“Where expectations come from.”

“We witness how other people respond to each other, and we develop a sense of how to respond to similar situations in our own life.”

“We copy what we see?”

“We copy what we see if we feel comfortable with the interactions of others that we witness.”

“We each influence each other?”


“But what if there are more mutually beneficial ways to interact with other people, that we have not yet witnessed.”

“Such as?”

“Mutual respect.”

“Have you never witnessed mutual respect?”

“Yes, but not as often as is possible.”


“What does that mean?”

“It means that we can respond to others in ways that they do not seem to respond to us.”

“It has to start somewhere?”



Lesson 34 – Who Is, or Are, Our Own Kind

“Perhaps our own kind of people would be people like us.”

“Individually or collectively?”

“What does that mean?”

“How many people do you know who are like you?”

“Not many.”

“Not any.”

“Some are more like me than are some others.”

“How can you tell which are more like you?”

“If they generally agree with me and enjoy what I enjoy.”



Lesson 35 – Why Do We Do What We Do?

“Patterns of behavior develop early in life. We learn from experience what actions result in positive experiences, and which do not.”

“Isn’t it possible that some patterns of behavior will be more acceptable to some people than they are to some others?”

“Yes, and we learn to adapt our style of response to fit different situations.”

“Where does individuality fit into this picture?”

“We are individuals, more or less.”

“Wouldn’t life be chaotic if we each had to learn how to respond to everyone else on an individual basis?”

“Yes, and that is why social conditioning serves us well, when it does.”

“When wouldn’t social conditioning serve us well.”

“When we individually and/or collectively fail to adapt to changing situations in our individual and/or group life.”


Lesson 36 – Worlds Within Worlds of Rules

Spirit tells me that it’s possible to become happy and/or contented.


“Live by rules of your own choosing.”

“How to choose my own rules?”

“Whatever you do that has a positive outcome is a good place to start.”

“Physically, emotionally, intellectually, or spiritually?”

“Each aad all, individually and/or collectively.”

“Can we be satisfied physically and yet not emotionally?”



Lesson 37 – Your Story is My Story

Spirit tells me that we’re living interconnected life stories.

“Yes, and yet some of our life stories are more similar to the life stories of some other people than of some others. We’re both the same and yet different.”

“In what way?”

“Not necessarily in any one way, but in many ways.”

“Such as?”

“We’re each and all human, if we are.”

“And we each have experienced similar and different histories?”



Lesson 38 – Zodiac Signs and People

Spirit tells me that zodiac signs and people have much in common with each other.

“Yes, just as there are rules about which zodiac signs relate to each other, and in what ways they relate to each other, at different times, so it is with people. We also relate to each other in different ways at different times.”

“Can we learn how to relate to each other by studying zodiac signs?”

“Yes, and we can also learn how to relate to each other by studying the outcome of how we have related to some others, in the past.”

“Practice interactions that have proven to have beneficial outcomes?”



End of Book Three


Spirit’s Study Guide for Spirit Teaches a Simple Seeker – The Art of Timeless Wisdom – Book Two

Before we begin, please be aware that any and all study notes are subject to expansion as readers share their input, questions, and requests for deeper and/or more expanded explanations of the so-called lessons, which are really no more than sessions or meetings of two minds – that of teacher and student.

Book Two – Lesson One – Harmony and Balance Without Equality

Justice is a thought and mercy is an emotion.

Life experiences introduce to the qualities of thoughts and emotions, which energies are represented on the Kabbalah Tree of Life.

These and all other energies interact with each other within our own individual mind, represented on the Tree of Life by the central Pillar of Consciousness.

Thoughts are represented by the left hand Pillar of Form. Emotions are represented by the right hand Pillar of Force.

We need to become aware of the differences between lower and higher energies, and how they affect the way we think and feel.


Book Two – Lesson Two – How Can I Know What is Possible?

Yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

Past, present, and future continuously woven together.

They each exist within the others, and at all times and in all places.


Book Two – Lesson Three – How to function Without Ego

Ego is the central mover and pusher of our thoughts, emotions, and actions.

We can’t think, feel, or do anything without our individual life force, ego.


Book Two – Lesson Four – How to Honor the Deceased

“I was so young and so emotionally immature. It left me in a state of shock and disbelief that it could end this way.”

“It didn’t end.”

“My child died.”

“Only to physical life.”

“It wasn’t a nice way to go.”

“What would a nice way look like?”

“I don’t know.”

“You acted as if you were the victim.”

“I was.”

“What about your child?”

“He was, too.”

“So is everyone else, living or dead, until the wake up.”


Book Two – Lesson Five – How to Resolve Conflicting Needs

“A garden’s collection of competing needs is as human society. How to resolve such a situation of competing needs?”

“I don’t know.”

“Self-control, co-operation, and mutual respect. And, if that doesn’t work then the law of the jungle might – survival of the fittest and those who adapt.”

“Is that what’s happening now?”

“Yes, and it is as it always was and will be.”


Book Two – Lesson Six – I Ching and Tarot in Dynamic Relationship

“A two-sided view of the ideal society – I Ching provides personal and collective general rules of order, while Tarot encourages people to discover and believe in their personal values. Awareness is understanding the reality that the individual and collective are as two parts of an infinite oneness, within which they share a dynamic relationship.”


Book Two – Lesson Seven – If the Solution is Trust

“We each and all have a motive for everything we choose to do, or choose not to do. “

“Then, what is the solution?”


“I’m not very good at that.”


“How to know whom to trust?”

“Acting consistently in line with your highest capacity to do so, inspires trust.”

“Trust in whom?”

“Trust in yourself.”


Book Two – Lesson Eight – If They Have Eyes to See

“How can we know what our personal philosophy is?”

“We each know, whether we claim to or not, but some others may be more aware than we, ourselves, are, if they have eyes to see. You know what you know, and I know what I know.


Book Two – Lesson Nine – Initiation and transformation

“Awareness and understanding are what it’s all about.”

“What’s all about awareness and understanding?”

“Living a life.”

“We each and all live a life.”


“And yet, how to develop awareness and understanding?”


“Practice what?”



Book Two – Lesson 10 – In Praise of Potential\”

“Everything has potential.”

“What is potential?”

“Possible future consequences?”



Book Two – Lesson 11 – Instinct and Intuition as Yin and Yang

“Sky is higher than is earth.”

“Does that reflect the positions of Yin and Yang?”

“Yes. Yang is higher power.”

“How can they be equal if one is higher than the other?”

“High and low are equal, more or less.”

“Instinct is more physical?”

“More physical than what?”

“More physical than intuition?”



Book Two – Lesson 12 – I Still Need to Believe

“Perhaps everyone needs to believe.”



“Or someone?”

“Does one exclude the other?”

“Yes, and no.”

“Please explain.”

“We can believe in someone who seems to express what we need to believe.”

“While we do?”

“Yes, and no.”

“How so?”

“We might, with time and life experience, change what we believe and yet still believe in the person who seems to express what we once believed.”


Book Two – Lesson 13 – Kabbalah, Taoism, and Education Today

“Perhaps we’re indoctrinating ourselves into believing that materialism is the highest value.”

“How has it affected the quality of human life?”

“In what way?”


“We’re living longer and healthier than ever before.”

“Are you living happier and more satisfied lives than before.”

“Some people likely are.”


“What does that mean?”

“It means that you seem to consider individual happiness and self-satisfaction as a higher value than the collective happiness of the community.”

“A few or the community?”

“Perhaps material satisfaction is as a beginning.”


“And a few happy and self-satisfied people might inspire others to achieve happiness and self-satisfaction.”



Book Two – Lesson 14 – Lab Rat or Guinea Pig

“Stress as our greatest teacher?”


“Please explain.”

“Experience is our greatest teacher.”

“Where does stress fit in?”

“It helps us remember and possibly learn from experience.”

“Is there no other way?”

“No. There is no other way.”


Book Two – Lesson 15 – Learning is a Form of Awareness

“Studying and reading – how do they differ?”

“Studying is reading with intent to learn something. If what we’re studying now is built on a firm foundation of earlier studies, then we can absorb our new learning into an expanding and deepening understanding of earlier studies. Formal education is, or should be, built on these same principles.”

“Yes. Expanding, integrating, and transcending. Learning is a form of awareness, and awareness is knowing that there is no end or beginning to awareness. Learning and awareness are not the same thing. Awareness is as a vision. Learning is a development of skills and information., whether or not you’re consciously aware of doing so.”


Book TwoLesson 16 – Moods of Doubt

“What can exist beyond one’s mind?”

“What can be beyond our potential to know?”




“Yes. ESP allows thoughts to be projected.”

“Not everyone believes that ESP is possible.”

“Whenever we claim that something isn’t possible, we close the door, not to the possible, but to our awareness of it.”

“How to practice ESP?”

“First believe that you could develop the ability, and then using it.”

“Is it like hearing?”

“Is hearing a skill?”

“ESP video calls?”


“Our hearing and sight will evolve?”

“Yes. Our mind evolves.”


Book Two – Lesson 17 – Mysticism vs Mist

“The Kabbalah Tree of Life represents human consciousness continuously transforming and transcending itself. The mist of false understanding is as a curtain that prevents one from clear vision. What has pleasure got to do with transcendence of consciousness?”

“It must be a very pleasurable experience.”

“Yes. It is.”


Book Two – Lesson 18 – Nakedness as a Cover-Up

“What Tarot card would share my present state of mind?”


“Seven – The Chariot, expresses my need to discover.”


“What life is all about? and why?”

“Seventeen, The Star card, seems to attract your attention.”

“Yes, but she’s so naked.”

“Perhaps she wishes to express transparency.”

“If so, then she seems to be overdoing it, like a cover-up.”



Book Two – Lesson 19 – Non-Local Consciousness

“What does non-local consciousness mean?”

“It means that consciousness is local, but not necessarily exclusively so.”

“Cosmic consciousness?”

“That’s the non-local part of it.”

“And my portion is ..?”

“You don’t have an exclusive portion. Local and non-local are as specific and general..”


Book Two – Lesson 20 – Now Do I Underst6and Kabbalah?

“Each of the worlds on the Ladder of Light emerges from the world beneath it?”

“Yes. From the one Tree which represents a path to spiritual wisdom, higher and ever-higher levels of awareness develop.”


Book Two – Lesson 21 – Once You Begin

“Self-imposed limits to our experience of admiration, respect, and awe?”

“Yes, as a form of resistance.”

“To what?

“To losing control.”

“A defensive mechanism?”

“Yes. How would defensive differ from surrender?”

“Surrender may only be in form, while resistance lives in essence.”

“And acceptance?”

“There’s nothing to surrender. Acceptance comes with the awareness that we’re each, to differing degrees, part of the same reality.”



Lesson 22 – Only People

“Emotion and thought, justice and mercy – how to reconcile and integrate different human energies?”

“Why do you want to reconcile and integrate them?”

“To understand life.”

“What would understanding life look like?”


“Of what?”

“Of why people are, or seem to be, the way they are.”

“Only people?”

“I still can’t figure you out.”



Book Two – Lesson 23 – Pain is not Suffering

Simple Seeker was recovering from another surgery.

“It hurts.”


“Why do you say yes as if it was a blessing?”

“It is. Pain isn’t suffering.”

“Physical isn’t emotional?”



Book Two Lesson 24 – Preparing for Spirit

“How can I share your teaching when I have so little skill, and such little, if any, support.”

“Not a problem.”


Book Two – Lesson 25 – Projection and Rejection

“If you have an idea, then you owe it to yourself to at least attempt to express it, if only to yourself.”

“But, isn’t just toying with an idea the same as expressing it?”

“Not as long as it’s too vague to take any recognizable shape. You were stepping into thoughts too deep for your comfort zone.”

“About rejection being a twisted form of projection?”

“I think it goes the other way, and not twisted.”

“Then, …”

“An unhealthy mental attitude. When we project our shadow, to use Jungian symbolism in referring to aspects of our personality that we would prefer to deny ownership to, we are pretending to project them onto someone else. We then think, or pretend to, that we are free of our rejected emotions or thoughts.”




Book Two – Lesson 26 – Relationship is All There Is

“Whatever or whomever we cling to is also clinging to us.”


“Everything and everyone is energy in relation to everthing and everyone else.”

“Then, how to let go of a relationship?”

“We can’t.”


Book Two – Lesson 27 – Sharing Connective Tissue

“We’re as connected as we each care to be.”

“As we each choose to be?”


“Then how?”

“As we each care to be.”

“Love as connective tissue?”



Book Two – Lesson 28 – Spirituality Requires Emotion and Thought

“Spirituality and thinking have never been separate.”

“As in the letter and the spirit of the law?”


“Emotion and thought as contained within spirituality?”

“Yes, as yin and yang within Tao.”


Book Two – Lesson 29 – Tension is Not Necessarily Stress

“When anything or anyone speaks to our inner knowing, we’re receiving a message, and we know it.”

“Who wants inner stress?”

“There’s a difference between tension and stress.”


Book Two – Lesson 30 – The Archetypes as Symbols of Roles

“If I am that I am, then who or what am I?”

“You were never anything other than you are now.”


Book Two – Lesson 31 – The Fingerprint of Personal Energy

“The degree to which our personal thoughts and emotions harmonize with each other determines the strength and quality of our individual frequency and vibration. Something to think about.”


Book Two – Lesson 32 – The Middle Way is Not Half Way

“You were looking at the general picture and not at the details, and the message they might offer.”


Book Two – Lesson 33 – The Power of Attraction

“Explain it, if you can.”

“That’s easy. Like attracts like.”

“In what way? And to what degree? And with what result or results? I might also ask ..”

“Where? When? and why?”

“Perhaps later.”