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James McManis

What ‘inner space’ means in the context of this discussion is the fullness of your awareness that, when taken as a whole, constitutes your way of being in the world. It is from this ‘inner space’ then that you interface with your ‘self’ and all other beings in your world.  This inner space has an overall tone and feeling.  For some this space is quite immense.  For others it may be very still and quiet or subdued.  For others it may be very guarded.  For some this inner space is full of adventure.  In each and every case, perhaps without conscious intention, this inner space has been assiduously cultivated over the course of one’s life.

 

It is into this inner space that we bring all our new experiences and realizations.  These new experiences take their place alongside all the other experiences one has had during one’s life.  In the…

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