What exists when the movement of thinking stops? In this 3-download set of the 2012 Portland intensive, Adyashanti explores how all self-orientation and world views are a function of thought structure. He guides us beyond a narrow understanding to a realm of clarity that is not only a transcendence of identity but a transformation of one’s whole being.
Topics Include: Self Is the Movement of Thought / Meditation Is Not Something You Do / Transcendence vs. Transformation / Questions with No Answers / Silence without Interpretation / The Central Mystery / Death of the Dream / Exploring the Drive for Practice / Dealing with Residual Patterns
Quotes from this Download Set: “Self-inquiry is a cruel joke—as long as you’re coming up with an answer, you’re wrong.” • “When we can be still, we see that anything we ever thought was self was just thought movement.” • “Sadly, most human beings can never get to where they actually are.” • “Meditation is actually something that visits you—it’s not something you do. Most people try to ‘do nothing.’” • “Enlightenment is in a perspective where questions are not relevant anymore.”
Recorded in Portland, Oregon on October 6, 2012.
© 2012 by Adyashanti. All rights reserved.