"Just as our acute symptoms arise from the repression of our second-level and still human desires, so our chronic "existential" symptoms arise from the repression of this truly divine and basic desire. These "existential" symptoms are a global sadness, resentment aimed at nothing in particular; a deep disatisfaction with life as it is, a wanting that doesn't know what it wants. Our cure is to shine the light of consciousness upon the deepest level of all, upon the ineffable Core itself, our Source and True Nature."

"Look for Yourself" by Douglas Harding, Page 88

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 My new find is Paul Brunton and his student Anthony Damaini. I'm surprised I hadn't come across Paul sooner. I've had Anthony's book on my shelf for about 5 years in which he refer's heavily to books 6 and 15. Paul's "notebooks" are a real find, profound and deep. I've purchased 4 in print form but you can access them all at this link:
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