Description and Meaning of the Self
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The "Description and Meaning of the Self" pages are the center of the Encyclopedia of the Self for each topic. Each page acts like the hub of a wheel with spokes radiating out. These spokes lead to all the articles in the Encyclopedia of the Self which are about one of its 257 topics.

For example, if the current topic is frustration, it would include links to articles about frustration from the "Dictionary of the Self," "Thesaurus of the Self," "Purpose of the Self," "Meditation Method and Theory of the Self," "Knowledge of the Self" and "Outline of the Self."

 

 

The "Description and Meaning of the Self" pages are connected to the internet, providing an Add URL feature and links to other websites about the particular topic.

 

 

For more instructions click here: Outline of the Self or Knowledge of the Self.

Uplifted
from
Twenty Drawings
by

Kahlil Gibran

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