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The Dawning of the True Self: A Companion to "The Three Feathers"

by Stefan Bolz

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"The Dawning of the True Self" compares the spiritual journey hidden in the fable "The Three Feathers" to our own search for who and what we are in truth. As such it is a guide to our own journey, from the small self—the self we experience now—to our true self—the magnificent self that awaits us at the journey’s end. At the beginning of it all stands one question, asked in many forms, in different ways and in countless languages. It is this question that signifies the beginning of our search. The question is: Who am I? In order to find the answer, we must leave the confines of our small self and go on a journey of discovery, across the treacherous terrain of our unconscious mind and to our destination—the dawning of our true Self within us.

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