Introductory Topics for Self-Study
There is no requirement to study the lectures in chronological order. Many concepts that might have been seen as revelatory (or even revolutionary) in the '50s and '60s are more easily understood and accepted today. Allow the divine spark within you to lead you to the topic you are ready for!
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Study Guide for Pathwork Lecture 193
Daily Review PL 28 Suggestions and Forms
January 2017 Suggestions for Self-Study Part 1: Getting Started
A list of lectures on key concepts
(and why Jan recommends them):
Above: clip from Jan's presentation on "The Observer Self"
Chapter 3 of The Undefended Self by Susan Thesenga
See Additional Concepts for more information
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Four Stages of Spiritual Evolution PL 127
PL 127 suggests that process work usually follows a pattern as we become conscious of the spiritual meaning within daily life. Download full text here.
Stage 1: Automatic Reflex
Automatic Reflex describes living in a lack of awareness. Where we are in alignment with spiritual truth, we may not feel called to become more aware. Where we are out of alignment with spiritual truth, a sense of discomfort, defensiveness, or negativity must result.
Stage 2: Awareness
Awareness is an ongoing, intuitive process of awakening to truth. Gradually or abruptly, we begin to feel a discrepancy between what we believe (or desire) and what we experience.
Stage 3: Understanding
Understanding results from taking action to support our inner calling. Occasionally the process is simple, like finding the 'pea' under the mattresses and removing it. A moment of epiphany may allow us to feel the divine truth of oneness.
Stage 4: Knowing
We are able to accept what 'is'. We work with truth as we know it, accept who we are while continuing to gain awareness and develop understanding. Knowing is a paradox: a relaxed state enabled by an ongoing commitment to awareness (real-life, real-time, working with both internal and external feedback) and ever-deepening understanding.
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