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TOPIC: Objectifying and Kabir

Objectifying and Kabir 06 Apr 2015 15:27 #98288

I posted this on overground without any responses. In the hope one of you helping me out, here is the post.

I am looking for papers by psychologists or other researchers on the value of objectfying our hang-ups and affective emotions. I think Robert Keagen of Harvard is doing work here but haven't found any papers by him on it.

Now the Kabir: I am trying to find the author and exact wording of the following poem. The author was probably Kabir, Hafez, or Rumi. The poem goes something like this. We are like a clay pot with a little water in it and floating in a pond. A touch of the Truth, the pot breaks. The waters become one.
Last Edit: 06 Apr 2015 15:27 by jackhat1.
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Objectifying and Kabir 06 Apr 2015 16:01 #98289

Last Edit: 06 Apr 2015 16:03 by Andy.
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Objectifying and Kabir 06 Apr 2015 20:04 #98300

Many thanks for responding, Andy. I did have the Leiberman paper. I just now skimmed the Creswell piece.

I am looking more for something directly on the value of objectifying done by a scientist not affiliated with meditation.
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