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HOW TO TEACH WITH PURPOSE

"…when the conduct of the person who teaches confirms his words and his relevant qualities… he who listens and learns develops the ability to assimilate; only then, would the one who learns truly learns and he who teaches does so consciously.

*Excerpt from the book "An Introduction to Logosophical Cognition originally published in Spanish. Free Translation.


LEARNING TO LEARN

"learn generously… avoid learning with selfishness… offer what you received initially as a homage to the truth manifested in you; as a homage to the knowledge that has illuminated the path and indicated the correct behavior to adopt.

*Excerpt from the book "An Introduction to Logosophical Cognition originally published in Spanish. Free Translation.

HOW TO FIND GOOD WITHIN ME?

"...for Logosophy to be good, or to be better, means to be more conscious…"*

"...it is necessary to write, to register daily for oneself, the fertile thoughts that one had and the facts that constitute worthy deeds of a new life, remembering also to note all the moments that were lived in a sterile manner."**

*Excerpt from the book "The Spirit" originally published in Spanish. Free Translation. **Excerpt from the book "An Introduction to Logosophical Cognition" originally published in Spanish. Free Translation.

HOW TO PREVENT PESSIMISM

"This propensity is characterized by a state of depression that debilitates the will and numbs the faculties of the intelligence...

Perhaps this thought could make him want to increase these incentives before they are exhausted and, taking into account the recommendations made in this book, opt to do that which should be done in the first place, namely a thorough review of the thoughts that tend to depress his inner being and fill his mind with skepticism.

*Excerpt from the book "Deficiencies and Propensities of the Human Being." Originally published in Spanish. Official Translation.


TIME, HOW AM I USING IT?

"Time is the hidden essence of life; it is life itself in its full extent. Let us regard lost time as the life that slips away from us without having lived it in the highest plenitude. We shall then learn to live in the consciousness of true existence, extending life indefinitely as we detain time and make it serve the purposes of evolution.

*Excerpt from the book "Logosophy Science and Method." Originally published in Spanish. Official Translation.


THOUGHTS AS CONSTRUCTIVE FORCES

"These living psychological entities become active forces of a constructive nature in the very instant in which they are subordinated to the directives of the intelligence, that is, when, through the process of conscious evolution, they are placed under a rigorous control which allows them to be put into use exclusively at the service of the intelligence

*Excerpt from the book "Logosophy Science and Method." Originally published in Spanish. Official Translation.


HOW ARE WE ALL ONE, ALONE?

"Logosophy reveals humanism in its essential content...this new humanism starts by exalting in the individual... the divine spark latent in man until he can access his inner world, a fact that allows him to reach the plenitude of his psychological, moral and spiritual betterment."

Excerpt from the book "Mechanism of a Conscious Life." Originally published in Spanish. Official Translation.

"Life has to be expansive internally and externally, internally more than externally because the more expansive it is internally, the more secure, the more serious and the more poise there is in external expansion, it never exceeds limits. But like all things, by inexorable law both have to run in parallel, everything has to be done harmoniously."

Gonzalez Pecotche


RESPECT AS A ASSET TO HUMANITY

"The conscious admiration and respect for creation, of which the individual is both part and subject, will have to inspire in him, respect and consideration for all his fellowmen, this being its logical consequence."

Excerpt from the book "Mechanism of a Conscious Life." Originally published in Spanish. Official Translation.


HAPPINESS THROUGH DIFFICULT TIMES

"In fact, at the end of an effort a satisfaction always follows; at the end of a task follows the immediate sensation of having done one's duty which is always a fragment of happiness."

Excerpt from the book "An Introduction to Logosophical Cognition" originally published in Spanish. Free Translation


MENTAL DEFENSES

"The student [of life] will endeavor to gather a large number of thoughts, discipline them, and train them according to the needs of the defensive organization of his mind. By doing so, he will never lack the mental reserves that will rush to his aid, in cases of emergency, to stop the irruption of thoughts that are not relevant to his purpose and likely to disturb his inner peace and harmony.

*Excerpt from the book "Logosophy Science and Method." Originally published in Spanish. Official Translation.




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