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Half Listening as Usual
We all have our blind spots, the areas of perception to which we do not pay attention. This is a propitious time to listen to that which we have not been listening, to see what we would not see, to feel and accept what we were in denial of.

When other people are not receptive, however, we should not try to change them and intervene. Instead, we should lovingly withdraw our energy, clinging in our hearts to the image of their highest potential. As Aleister Crowley pointed out, "If I tell a man something he is not ready to hear, it is the same as if I told him a lie." Expand what you can perceive, but don't cast your pearls before the willfully unperceptive.