Notebooks of Paul Brunton > Category 16: The Sensitives
We should distinguish the theories and doctrines woven round the mystic's experience from the significant features of the experience itself. And those features are: the awareness of another and deeper life, a sacred presence within the heart, the certitude of having found the Real, the gladness and freshness which follow the sense of this discovery.
The real is more miraculous than the illusory psychic, more occult than the so-called occult world, more fascinating than the fantastic.
- Mystical Life in The Modern World
Phases of Mystical Development
Philosophy, Mysticism, and The Occult
Those Who Seek
Pseudo and Imperfect Teachers
Delusions and Painful Awakenings
The Path of Individuality
Christian Science, Other Spiritual Movements
Inspiration and Confusion
The Is Is Not an Ism
Fanaticism, Money, Powers, Drugs
The Intermediate Zone
The Sensitive Mind
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