One Yet Two – A Paradox By Norman P. Grubb

“We do not find ourselves as the liberated, spontaneous new selves until we have first disappeared to reappear! We have to know ourselves-of course, by the INNER KNOWING OF THE SPIRIT as replaced I’s. It is I, yet not I, it is He! It really is He in place of me and yet here I still am! What a paradox! I turn up again all right, but only on the other side of a fixed conscious replacement. And it is the coming short of this replacement realization–OR INDEED OPPOSITION TO IT– that blocks us right the way through from that TOTAL “SEEING THROUGH” which goes on to seeing HIM ONLY, not only in the personal but in the universal.”

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