Love Precious Humanity®
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Love Precious Humanity: The Collected Wisdom of Harry Palmer
edited by Kayt Kennedy (1999) Love Precious Humanity is a collection of quotes from Harry Palmer that reflect the wisdom, humor, and remarkable insight of this perceptive and unassuming teacher.
This is a book that you can open to any page to find inspiration and motivation. Or you can choose one of 32 categories for insights into a specific area of life.
Don’t let what you are being get in the way of what you might become.
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To begin the process of sorting out your life, you must own and appreciate the circumstances you find yourself in right now—continuously.
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Gravity particles create mass. Attention particles create identity (self).
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The mission of Avatar in the world is to catalyze the integration of belief systems. When we perceive that the only difference between any of us is our beliefs, and that beliefs can be created and discreated with ease, the right and wrong game will wind down, and world peace will ensue.
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As your own true nature is realized— undefined and ever present—all will recognize that there is no gain that we do not all participate in and no loss for which we do not all share the sacrifice.
Foreword, page ix
Appreciation, page 1
Attention, page 5
Avatar, page 11
Awareness, page 17
Being, page 21
Beliefs, page 29
Consciousness, page 39
Desire & Resist, page 45
Ego, page 53
Enlightened Planetary Civilization, page 57
Enlightenment & Evolution, page 61
Experience, page 67
Fear, Doubt, Boundaries & Limitations, page 73
Feeling, page 81
God, Gratitude & Grace, page 85
Happiness & Love, page 89
Honesty & Dishonesty, page 97
Indoctrination, page 103
Judgments & Anger, page 107
Life & Living, page 111
The Mind, page 117
Motivation, page 121
Past, Present & Future, page 127
Reality, page 135
Responsibility, Trust & Agreements, page 141
Self & Self Realization, page 149
Spiritual Practice & Wisdom, page 155
Strategy & Power, page 165
Success, page 173
Suffering, page 181
Truth & Lies, page 187
The World, page 195
Anyone Needing a Spiritual Boost
The aphorisms of Harry Palmer reflect humor, wisdom and remarkable insight, and cover some thirty categories of human experience that have been arranged and presented with fine sensitivity by Editor Kennedy. Comparison with other collections such as the TAO TE CHING reflects the same qualities; however Mr. Palmer presents something new: that the individual has the power to create her or his own life by fully experiencing his or her beliefs about life, and accepting full responsibility for them –something along the lines of Goethe’s thought, “Whatever you can do or believe you can do, begin: boldness carries its own genius, power and magic.” Well worth reading, meditating and enjoying, and acting upon for years to come.
Mike Ryan (Wausau, WI USA)