“The mental discipline for somebody who is very intellectual is the idea of not making your mind God and becoming arrogant. Then you have to somehow pull out of too much thinking. Excess thinking is a disease. It’s what I call “over-thinking-on-life.” When you get too mentally involved in questioning and intellectual activity, it keeps you from tapping into who you really are. You are a FEELING. When you depart from this earth plane, you depart as a feeling. You do not depart as 21 volumes of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Intellect is useful because it can earn you money and help you study; it can help you remember things. But in the end you are a spiritual being and therefore a feeling, not an intellectual concept.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Infinite Self”
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