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The Wisdom of Unity


Wisdom is nothing but a preparation of the soul, a capacity, a secret art of thinking, feeling and breathing thoughts of unity at every moment of life.

Hermann Hesse

The Psychology Perspective

Today’s quote is from one of my favorite novelists, a man whose book Siddhartha greatly affected the course of my life. A man that speaks of our psychological journey to find wholeness. A man himself that went through many trials, tribulations, and twists in the trail to find his essence of individuated consciousness.

Hermann Hesse was a Nobel Laureate author that wrote in a manner that shows the capacity the human will has to allow the soul the capacity to transcend and find its inner essence, its inner sense of connectedness, its capacity to realize itself in union with a higher power, a higher purpose.

In this quote, Hesse reminds us that the soul prepares itself through the functions of thinking and feeling, and moves this energy through the simple act of breathing, into a form of consciousness that unites those divided constructs of the soul that our fall into consciousness creates.

What’s your story of union? Emotional or Spiritual?

Believe… Achieve… Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams.

2 comments on “Inspiration: The Wisdom of Unity

  1. KT Rayma – Canada – Never stop learning, growing, trying new stuff. All things are possible for those who believe. I used to know it all. Now, I know nothing. Proud of how little I know.
    KT Rayma says:

    My Journey is about coming out of negative mindsets of individuality and the male tendency for compartmentalizatoin. IE: the separation of mind from body, body from emotions, emotions from spirit. We are holistic beings in a holistic cosmos. Connected by design.
    By thinking this way one is fighting against connection, community and unity. God is out there and in here, in me.


    1. Dr. Thomas Maples – Stockton, California – Dr. Thomas Maples, Ph.D. is a licensed psychotherapist, author, and the founder of The Stockton Therapy Network. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, he has helped many people resolve interpersonal conflict, heal from the emotional distress, and overcome mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and issues that result from personality disorders. He also specializes in helping couples resolve interpersonal problems, marital discord, and parent / child relationship conflicts by helping his clients identify the sources of relationship conflict, find areas of growth they can agree to engage, and setting a plan to enact those changes to assure relational growth. As a researcher and writer, Dr. Maples focuses on developmental, analytical, and psychoanalytic methods of psychology. Through his writings, Dr. Tom has helped countless people understand, plan, and implement effective paths to reach optimal psychological, spiritual, and physiological development. "Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams."
      Dr. Thomas Maples says:

      Hello there. Thank you for your words of support. Negative mindsets and compartmentalizations are uniquely difficult things to deal with. They lead to disconnection with the divine that lies both within the masculine and feminine modes of consciousness.

      We are holistic in essence. We all fall into a consciousness that would divide and compartmentalize. This is a human trait, not a masculine and/or feminine trait. In working through this phenomenon, we learn ways to mend those divisive ways, transcend to higher levels of consciousness, and unite self with Self. Thank you for the comment.

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