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Silent Retreat Vol. 64
Kanuga 2018 ~ Talks 5 MP3 Download 5 hrs. 9 min. $40.00

This 5-download set contains all of the Talks from the April 2018 silent retreat at the Kanuga Conference Center, including the first evening talk and the morning talks. 

Please Note: The Q&A Sessions and Guided Meditations from this retreat are available for purchase separately.            

Talk Topics Include: 

  • The Divine Individual 
  • True Intention 
  • Contemplative Inquiry 
  • Harmonizing One’s Whole Being 
  • Trusting the Silence 
  • Waking Up and Waking Down 
  • Undercutting Egoic Attachment to Identity 
  • The Undefinable Nature of Being 
  • Responding to Your Unique Call 
  • The Already Awakened Awareness 
  • The Paradox of Control in Meditation 
  • The Transformative Power of "Watching"
  • Life Tests Your Insights  
  • Finding Freedom within the Constraints of Life 
  • Full Alignment with What Is 

Quotes from this Download Set:

“True intention originates from our core and has an element of the mysterious. It doesn’t just originate from the rational mind.” 

“Drop your inquiry question into your consciousness and let it go. Trust the silence that the question disappears into.” 

“Be mindful that mindfulness is already and always happening, and you are resting in or as that which is already and always happening.” 

“The moment you can sense the narrative in yourself and not grab it or judge it, illusion can’t sustain itself.” 

“When you are internally whole, you perceive wholeness.” 

“In silence, your mind isn’t creating boundaries. You become an enigma -- a living, breathing question mark.” 

“If you’re struggling, don’t think your struggling doesn’t have value.” 

“The natural state of mind is easy, flowing, and without conflict.” 

“A total ‘Aha!’ is a complete relinquishment of control.” 

“The reason your mind can’t find yourself is because it’s looking for you as some sort of thing.” 

“True individuality has nothing to do with separation.” 

“It’s one thing to find freedom in the formless; it’s another thing to find freedom in form.” 

“Having a point of view is not the problem. The problem is finding our identification in a point of view.” 

“When the belief of ‘what should be’ disappears, you are left with ‘what is.’” 

Recorded at the Kanuga Conference Center in Hendersonville, North Carolina on April 22 - 27, 2018.
© 2018 by Adyashanti. All rights reserved.

Type: AUDIO
Item #: CDA-731