The Innward Journey (1); Jacob Boehme: The Mystic Will (2), 1961 Oct 1, 8


This sermon is the first of nine in a series of sermons given in Marsh Chapel that are titled "The Inward Journey." In this sermon, Thurman questions the ways in which one is seeking fullness, freedom, and responsibility. Though it is tempting to seek these ideals of the human spirit in the external world, Thurman notes that it is within the internal spirit, the voice of the genuine that is within all, that one may actualize one's potential for fullness, freedom, and responsibility. It is in the act of "centering down," that one gives themselves the opportunity to find the voice of the genuine within themselves, thus actualize the potential that rests within oneself.
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