BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, January 18th, 2012 by Stuart Wilde in INFINITE SELF

“If you want to flow down the eternal river of perception toward your Infinite Self, you’ve got to let go of the branch you’re hanging on to and let the river take you. That means facing your insecurities and fears and really looking at yourself. Sometimes that can be a bit painful because what you see is piles and piles of caca – loads of it. And you say to yourself, “My God, I’m grim. I’m totally assoholic. I need to join Assoholics Anonymous. I am so assoholic it’s painful.” Then, once you can observe how assoholic you are, love yourself. Look in the mirror and say, “Man, this is one of the world’s greatest idiots, but I love him, I love her, and I’m going to change them.”

                    Stuart Wilde, in “Infinite Self”

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