Executive in Passage: It’s rare to have an opportunity …
… to share someone else’s intimate disclosure [as] he came to understand what was important and true to him.
Figuring large are three prime concepts:
- He has a quiet inner voice that doesn’t clamor to be heard, which can easily be ignored or drowned out by the voices of reason, fear, and desire, but which never fails to be correct on principle and life direction
- There is a “subtle agenda” which his higher self is pursuing which he can follow by constantly heeding this inner voice and the clues that are sprinkled throughout his days and life
- He does not have to “drive to do” for action’s sake, as his subtle agenda can best be followed by sitting loose in the saddle and awaiting the proper unfolding of the events and needs in his life and then responding in concert with the input of his inner voice.
His rule is simple, “stay alert to the clues and follow yearnings for fulfillment.”
I’m glad I read this book. At times I felt painfully embarrassed at what it led me to look at in myself, and at other times I felt the joy of shared experience and understanding. At all times I felt the strength, the anguish, the fear and, frequently, the peace of a traveler on the path.
Douglas A. Russell Sunrise Magazine, Theosophic Society