How to Tear Yourself Apart: 101
We’re now going to look at Lear from a soul-centred perspective. We’ll harvest the abundance of clues that let us into many of the secrets of Shakespeare’s cryptic language. We’ll sense the source of spiritual teaching that inspired him. We’ll learn the secret of spiritual transformation from mind-centred to soul-centred being. We’ll also celebrate the incomparable genius with which he expresses the most inscrutable concept known to mankind: the sound of the soul.
Imagine King Lear is a very intimate personal story about you. Who you really are is King Lear. Then, with a simple sleight of mind, ask yourself if the three portions into which he divides his kingdom could really be a metaphor of the three selves that divide your own inner kingdom? Ask yourself what happens in your inner kingdom when you banish your real heart in favour of approval and an addiction to self-righteous rage. And how do you redeem yourself and reclaim your lost kingdom?
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