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Month: April 2021

Journaling as Tool of Deeper Self-Observation by Maurice Nicoll

Deeper Self Observation: Journaling (p 448) When the last paper was read here it was suggested by Mrs. Nicoll that people should observe their inner angry conversations and their own particular forms of self-justifying which repeat themselves continually in these deeply negative states that were spoken of in the paper. I am speaking now to …

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Preparing for Negative Emotions by Maurice Nicoll

The Negative Emotions Various states of depression Various kinds of self-pity and self-hatred (self-hatred is a more subtle form of self-pity) Various kinds of persisting resentment Of feeling badly treated, not being estimated at your proper value—do you know who I am?! Vanity…you don’t recognize my greatness, fuck you! Lamenting, feeling oh so bad about…a …

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Our Negative Patterns go in Cycles by Maurice Nicoll

In making effort on some side of oneself, such as some particular form of being negative (judging, vanity, self-pity, superiority, envy, jealousy, complaining), remember that everything goes in cycles in oneself —that is, everything comes round at certain intervals. It is not that these intervals are regular, but that things recur or return, internally, sometimes …

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