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If he firmly plants his feet on the Short Path, if he never lets himself forget his real being is in the Overself, then he must refuse to accept a single one of those thoughts which so often trouble the traveller on the Long Path--thoughts of anxiety, frustration, or concern about his progress. He stays well above them.
Source: The Notebooks of Paul Brunton
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