“”Let us leave these schools of thought that use affirmations and denials. The best affirmation, and the only effective one, is an assumption which, in itself, implies denial of the former state.
“The best denial is total indifference. Things wither and die through indifference. They are kept alive through attention. You do not deny a thing by saying it does not exist. Rather you put feeling into it by recognizing it, and what you recognize as true, is true to you, be it good, bad or indifferent.”
(from his 1948 “core lecture” series)
Neville From My Notebook
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