Fear No Evil: Pathwork Method of Transforming the Lower Self (Pathwork Series) Paperback – 1 Jan 1993
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Suprisingly well explained. There are other models of human consciousness, such as Freud, or as Sri Aurobindo's, Essays on the Gita, or that of the Buddhist thought in Chogyam Trungpa.
Here the mind exists as:
1. The Conscious Ego Level, Our Lower Self - where we consciously decide our thoughts and actions.
2. The Unconscious Egotistical Child Level, also part of our Lower Self - it is here we unconsciously create faulty habitual thought patterns with decisions based on our avoidance of pain formed from our childhood lack of reason and continued in such irrational and detrimental ways carried into our adulthood. These habitual thought patterns then unconsciously react automatically in negative schematics from original childhood thinking and need to be re-patterned with our adult thoughts, which we do by acknowledging, re-experiencing and transforming such fears into positive courage of evolutionary growth.
3. The Supraconscious Higher Universal Self - this is what many others would label our higher self, the universal mind, the ccollective conscious that exists within ourselfs, the no-self, etc. This is our true self, the calm, knowing, patient self with resiliency and creativity of reacting in such a way beyond all negativity.
The secret to such succesful thought, peace of mind and self honesty, along with congruent actions, is that of finding the higher self and becoming a true observer of both the Lower Self - Conscious Ego, and that of the Unconscious Ego Self, which both produce the subsequent Mask Self, the false idealized image our Lower Self falsely believes we must be. In turn, we loose this mask, observe it and all our thoughts, both conscious and unconscious reactions, and subsequent actions, all as a true outsider, observing as our inside true higher self.
Of course there is much more to thinking, evil, fear and courage and this is well defined and outlined.
serious about 'knowing thyself' or you'll never make it thru it.
The first half of the book is kind of depressing, as you see how
much work there is to do, but then you realize, you've been doing
the work all along...just using different words. An entire book could be written on every paragraph - there is so much pertinent information. I felt like the 'entity' who gave this was sitting in my brain, watching every neuron firing (or not) and seeing how and why it expresses itself in the physical world. Highly reccomended.