Duration: 8min 23sec
Real correction, at any level, always purifies the matter and so leaves it less confused and thus in a higher state.
Any true self-aware state must include the presence of a humility that tempers the temptation inherent in all forms of self-evaluation; otherwise, what we might call self-awakening is really just a form of secret self-admiration.
In this question and answer session, Guy explains that not wanting to see something about ourselves actually attaches us to the very thing that we say we don't want. So the task is not to change what we see. Instead, the task is to observe ourselves so that we can be changed by the very awareness that is observing.
Student Talks: 9/25/2020 - Key Lesson: True spiritual healing is never the result of an "achievement" one celebrates as such; it's always a very personal, and often painful moment of consciously realizing the extent of one's weakness. Yet, paradoxically, in the ensuing humility is a victory, but not our own; for now...