“Being able to admit a mistake is a sign of humility, which is a prized mystic virtue. It does not mean you’re a doormat or that you are subservient to somebody else. Acknowledging your having been mistaken about anything, and then changing your mind after gathering more complete information and thoroughly thinking things through is a sign of being logical, thorough, thoughtful, and wise. Your prime allegiance is to the truth, regardless of where it originates…Once you get into the habit of allowing yourself to say “I changed my mind” and “I was wrong” (7 words), you will experience newfound freedom. You will have taken 7 powerful steps towards the mystic virtue of wisdom.”
Edwin Harkness Spina, in “Mystic Secrets Revealed”
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