Nothing needs to be resolved in order for you to rest in your unborn nature. There is no need to go looking for a better moment. If our being knows itself consciously as the eternal our lives have a chance to be in alignment with divine flow.
Seekers often expect spirituality to result in some sort of perfection, which they never find. True embodied spirituality includes all aspects of ourselves. The light and the dark, the past and the present, and you just as you are, are all welcomed by wholeness. Taken from an online meeting.
A short interpretation of a wonderful story told about Milarepa who was a Tibetan yogi and poet. Taken from an online meeting.
Life is continuously offering us an invitation to embrace this moment and ourselves just as we are. Our messy human lives are an expression of divinity undergoing continuous evolution.
Moving beyond the myth that awakening frees us of difficult feelings and our shadow. What in fact occurs is that we learn to open to and embrace our shadow and unconscious as they are.
This type of question often arises out of a confusion of where to place our attention. The secret is: Not to place attention so much on oneself! We complicate our lives with overthinking and analyzing, rather than learning how to tap into spontaneity and the aliveness of what is needed in any given moment.
When we move beyond our own individual concerns and learn to embrace the concerns of others and of the world as our own, the self center that causes so much individual suffering is eased. What becomes revealed is that we are in fact all of life. A deep caring for the whole emerges the more that we realize that we are all interconnected.
In this interactive conversation we share a bit of our individual spiritual journeys. This took place in a dome tent outdoors and as a result the audio quality is not the best.
Join Susanne Marie and Adyashanti in an exploration about an often misunderstood subject. Beyond the traditional landing places that mind creates (commonly discussed in non-dual circles), lies an indescribable landscape of living as pure, direct experiencing. Prior to this opening, the habitual subjective filter creates a veil of separation of which one is not even aware. This is true even within expanded, unified states of consciousness. Once this filter falls away, life is experienced directly, as itself, without any intermediary.