There's a deep dimension of being that can be easy to forget in the complexity of life. With rampant waves of angst and disconnection that so many feel, there is a need for us to reconnect to That which unites us all beneath our emotional currents. Adyashanti explores dimensions of awakening from and to our body and mind, and how this leads to a more embodied, connected, and calm response in life from our deepest divine nature.
“We often think of God as ‘out there,’ beyond the body, but That which is beyond the body is intimately present—not just in the body but as the body.”
“The spiritual heart knows that it has never been harmed by anything that has happened. To realize That which is unharmed is transformative.”
“If you want to taste deep silence, then open all of your senses. Feeling everything all at once is a deeper mindfulness than specific and focused attention.”
“The holiday season is a time to give form to the formless and structure to the unlimited, faceless, and nameless. It is time to have remembrance of a deep experience of being that can be easily forgotten. It is a time of connection to one’s own divinity and to the divinity of one’s fellow beings.”
Recorded in San Jose, California on December 11, 2019.
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