Primal Self is a term used Edward Carpenter and others to refer the Fabric of Consciousnss
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Here, in the contemplation of this universal Being, this primal Self of all, we are at the source of Creation.
- ↑ Carpenter, Edward. The Art of Creation: Essays on the Self and Its Powers. Ravenio Books. Kindle Edition.