One’s Natural State While it remains true that this jump-jet way, this instant seeing into

my Timeless Nature, is effortless and free, it’s also true that it works out in my life only to the extent that it’s worked at. The discovery that I am absolutely all right as I am – as I AM – has to be actualized by its patient rediscovery, and rediscovery, and rediscovery, till all traces of artifice and effort, all sense of attainment, have vanished. Till it has become in ordinary day-to-day living what it always was in fact, one’s natural state. The Little Book of Life and Death, Douglas Harding

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