Although the human experience often seems quite complicated, within each moment is always the underlying directness of what actually is. In this powerful satsang, Adyashanti opens the door to the clarity, sacredness, and freedom of "what is" and conveys the deeper possibility of experiencing life directly. In dialogues with callers, he offers guidance and clarification about how to relate to one’s spiritual teacher, the nature and expression of gratitude, and the value of acceptance in creating healthy boundaries.
Topics Include: The Fabric of What Is / Perceiving without the Fog of Conditioning / The Endless Search for Explanations / Dropping All Complications / Wanting to Be Nothingness / The Connection to the Vast Web of Life / How Love Can Take the Place of Pain / The Intention to Remain Conscious
Quotes from this Download: “There is a deeper world of what is, and an intuitive capacity to sense into the underlying beauty of existence.” • “Every desire fulfilled has its roots in disappointment. Letting go of desire or avoidance plays its part in almost every aspect of life.” • “If there is a path to spirituality, it is to see what doesn’t serve you, what isn’t true. That opens the door to seeing and experiencing what is.” • “Acceptance isn’t acquiescence. When a boundary needs to arise, it’s much easier to see what form the boundary needs to take when we first allow everything to be.” • “Whenever the mind falls into ‘what is’ without a story, there is a deep sense of freedom and peace.”
Recorded on September 3, 2014.
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