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Such is the wonderful infinitude of the soul that the man who succeeds in identifying his everyday consciousness with it, succeeds also in making his influence and inspiration felt in any part of the world where there is someone who puts faith in him and gives devotion to him. His bodily presence or visitation is not essential. The soul is his real self and operates on subconscious levels. Whoever recognizes this truth and humbly, harmoniously, places himself in a passive receptive attitude towards the spiritual adept, finds a source of blessed help outside his own limited powers.


-- Notebooks Category 25: World-Mind in Individual Mind > Chapter 4: The Sage's Service > # 249

-- Perspectives > Chapter 25: World-Mind in Individual Mind > # 51






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