noun: the act, belief or process of putting a limit on something
noun: an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)
noun: the quality of being limited or restricted ("It is a good plan but it has serious limitations")

"Every man contains, developed or embryonic, all conditions of the Infinite; therefore no height is too great to reach. Impossibility is a meaningless word to the man who apprehends the fathomless contents of his own nature." [Keely, Amplitude of Force]

save in polarity with the idea of the infinite. Victor Cousin, in exhibiting the primary elements of the human consciousness, shows that there are two dualities. Let a man turn his attention in upon himself, he will find, first of all, the me and the not me as a dual conception. Apart from all details of information about the me or the not me, different persons know, some more, some less, about either or about the two, every infant, even in the very first moment of contact, is conscious of the me and the not me as an inevitable dual conception. But both of these are found in the limitation they impose on each other; and lo! there springs up here another idea, the idea of the limited - the finite; but this cannot be conceived apart from the simultaneous conception of the infinite; the finite has no meaning save as the pole or dual of the infinite. Here, then, is duality or polarity among the primary contents of the consciousness. And this but the beginning of the polarity of thought. [Scientific Basis and Build of Music, page 42]

Dialogue on Awakening
"There is only one thing to remember and that is you are already awake .. you simply refuse to believe it. And it is in this refusal that you remain in the domain of limitations." Dialogue on Awakening, 4th edition page 37

"All experiences of limitation ultimately bring to your attention, through experience, their lack of value. And once you give up placing value on any type of limitation, you will have a clearer recognition of who you truly are." Dialogue on Awakening, 4th edition page 198

Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth
"Your only limitation is the amount of time and energy, you are prepared to devote to meditating on your SOURCE of BEING and opening your human consciousness to enter into IT and receive IT into your mind." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 4, page 9]

"One only limits self by doubt or fear." Cayce (2574-1)

See Also

Dialogue on Awakening
2.17 - Limits and Limitations

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