Living Life as Life Itself
Lovely to meet you here. Each of us is a living, breathing, mysterious miracle of life. We are all born with the desire to know who or what we are. For thousands of years, people have been looking at themselves just as we do, wondering: What is the meaning of life? Why am I here and who am I? For many of us, suffering and painful life circumstances break us down and ignite the desire to know the truth about our life. However you come to question your existence, whatever your life circumstances are or have been, you can learn to trust that it is the intelligence of life – the evolutionary force guiding the entire universe – which is guiding you.
The answers to what we seek lie within each of us – kernels waiting to germinate. We each have the capacity to live as awake mystery. As a spiritual mentor, I offer support in your journey of self-discovery, helping to unravel and reveal what lies just below the surface of your own consciousness.
I also offer mentoring for those who find themselves in what is often called the embodiment phase, learning to live life as Reality. The transition period can last a long time, as we adapt and learn to live, speak, and act from Wholeness.
This site contains videos, podcasts, audios, and writings – all expressions of my own inner discovery and continuing evolution. I hope you enjoy them, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Warm blessings, Susanne Marie
‘Susanne Marie is a hidden gem. Not to you, because you’ve found her website. But to the many people trying to sort through the plethora of contemporary spiritual teachers to find one who is deeply realized, unpretentious, well-integrated, empathetic, and accessible. I hope more of them find her. Unlike actual gems, that won’t diminish her value. It will just spread the light, love, and wisdom which she has so genuinely uncovered within herself, which is why I started Buddha at the Gas Pump in the first place.
I am often asked who I recommend, among all the people I’ve interviewed. I usually say that there are many wonderful people, and you should go with those with whom you feel an affinity, but then I mention a few who have become good friends. Susanne Marie is high on that short list.’
Rick Archer, Buddha at the Gas Pump