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The man on the Short Path moves forward directly to fulfil his objective. Instead of working by slow degrees toward the control of thoughts, he seeks to recollect the fact that the sacred Overself is present in his mind at this very moment, that It lives within him right now, and not only as a goal to be attained in some distant future. The more he understands this fact and holds attention to it, the more he finds himself able to feel the great calm which follows its realization, the more his thoughts automatically become still in consequence.

-- Notebooks Category 23: Advanced Contemplation > Chapter 1 : Entering the Short Path > # 9

-- Perspectives > Chapter 23: Advanced Contemplation > # 25