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Jones, Rufus Matthew. Studies in mystical religion (Kindle Locations 354-357). . Kindle Edition. "

"But while these inward mystical experiences cannot be pushed to the extreme of being turned into compelling ontological proofs, they nevertheless do offer a very weighty ground for believing that there is a More of Consciousness continuous with our own—a co-consciousness with which our own is bound up, and that constructive influences do come into us from beyond our selves."[1]

  1. Jones, Rufus. Studies in Mystical Religion. London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1909. Kindle Edition.