The Inner Life #1
Jan. 18, 1952
Jan. 18, 1952. Running time: 33:13. Thurman examines levels of thinking processes. He describes a first level of thought awareness and conscious processes. There is a deeper level in the human spirit where God moves unencumbered and undisguised. Thurman uses story from Socrates to describe how people must consciously look deep into their being to make contact with this level. Contact with the inner life establishes authenticity, self-knowledge, and the ability to turn darkness into light.
Associated Personal Entities:
Steffens, Lincoln, 1866-1936
Holmes, Edmond, 1850-1936
Associated Subjects:
The Inner Life (Series)
Reflection (Philosophy)
Bible. N.T. Corinthians, 2nd