Awakening Apollo
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The Practical Work of Awakening

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Over time we also learn the necessity of changing our attitudes about many things. What seemed an innocuous pastime now appears as an invitation to fall asleep; what we once considered a profound understanding takes its relative place alongside the experience of one's Self; where we thought we had time, we realize how little time we have.

This growth of internal work in us is the part that becomes most connected to the teacher, to other members and to the Fellowship as a whole. From this place of effort and experience of being present, members recognize and encourage the work in each other. Common efforts have a sustaining power, as presence evokes presence.