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By P. D. Ouspensky

ISBN-10: 0140190236

ISBN-13: 9780140190236

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Roughly speaking, man's situation is this: he is a machine, and he is governed by some kind of currents coming from the big machines which surround him. What are these big machines? All big events, wars, revolutions, civilizations, religions, science, art, inventions of the last century, all these things are producing different influences on man, and he lives under these influences. In connection with this I will mention only one point which it is necessary to understand, one point from which it is useful to look at this question.

MR. O. It is impossible to make it clear with formatory thinking and words. People think they understand a thing when they can give a name to it, but they don't realize that this is artificial. When you can feel a thing, and when you can verify it by higher consciousness and higher mind, then only can you say it is really true and really exists. And schools don't deal with ordinary intellectual ideas, and that is why nobody in Europe (I take it that we can trace it for the last two hundred years or so), with all its elaborations and all its science, could come to the idea of self­ remembering and the possibility of self-remembering.

And thinking on this point we can see that all the work we have done before, all these talks, all these theories were necessary in order to be able to speak as we can speak now. If I had said the same things to new people, they would have understood things in a wrong way. What I want to say is this. In the beginning, when it was first mentioned about negative parts of centres, negative part of the emotional centre was taken as quite a legitimate thing. Negative part of the intellectual centre was also taken as a necessary part of it.

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