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Shifting the base of reference : a talk on the teachings of Franklin…

by Joel Morwood, George Heaton (Director)

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In this talk, given at the 1992 Franklin Merrell-Wolff convention in Lone Pine, California, Joel discusses two of Dr. Wolff's most important concepts, 'Shifting the Base of Reference', and 'Substantiality is Inversely Proportional to Ponderability'.

These ideas served as stepping stones to Dr. Wolff's own Recognition and that Truth which transcends all concepts and ideas, and Joel shows how they can be used as the basis for a meditative inquiry by anyone following a jnana path.
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