Paul Brunton Daily Note

After this passing-over into the Overself’s rule, does he carry a loss of identity? Is he no more aware that he is the named person of the past? Were this so he could not exist in human society or attend to his duties. No!—outwardly he is more or less the same, although his pattern of behaviour betrays recognizable signs of superiority over the past man which he was. Inwardly, there is total revolution.

  • From The Notebooks of Paul Brunton, volume 16
  • Category 25: World-Mind in Individual Mind
  • Chapter 2: Enlightenment Which Stays
  • Number: 186

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