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N is a necessary part of the transformative process Transgression can be “sin” that separates us from the Divine in ourselves and in others preventing us from entering into the flow of relationship At other times what may be perceived as transgression is the necessary movement across false boundaries that keep us from God Until we experience the pain of separation from Divine Reality we often don’t do the necessary work to move beyond our small narcissistic selves into the much larger rea.

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