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Category: Meditation

  • Before the mind, what is it that is truly alive?

    So what am I. in the absence of separation…. I am! There is no somebody for me to be. No someone. Just being, knowing itself, knowing amness is. And this amnes is aware. And it is this aware amness which is life, which we call life.

  • Open listening and thinking about myself

    Allow the universe to do its thing. You are aware. Notice this listening space. It’s a borderless space, which somehow hears these words. And this hearing is not in time. It’s not a remembering. It’s not a projecting. It’s a vibrational space.

  • I am and cannot not be

    The body-mind has a family, it’s part of a tribe. There’s a history to the body-mind. But this history is simply a narrative appearing to you, you being this awareness, the reality that right now is hearing these words. Right now, that which hears these words is invisible to the senses. You perceive, thoughts and…

  • Stress, trauma and the sense of separate self

    But whenever we engage with the mind, we have the option of engaging in a practical manner. Such as feeding the body, taking care of one’s home and family, which is completely impersonal. Or we can engage as a person, as a separate entity with its history, its old wounds, with its past trauma.

  • Am I what I imagine myself to be?

    Listening without any references, without knowing. It’s a listening space, an aware space. And you are this awareness. You are this invisible reality, which has. no name, no age, no gender, no history, no past, no future. Complete freedom. The freedom of being, God’s freedom. You are that.

  • Consciousness precedes interpretation

    Everything that you experience arises in being, in consciousness, which is always present. Presence is self knowing, and it’s always on, always available to itself.


  • Before the mind, what is it that is truly alive?

    Before the mind, what is it that is truly alive?

    So what am I. in the absence of separation…. I am! There is no somebody for me to be. No someone. Just being, knowing itself, knowing amness is. And this amnes is aware. And it is this aware amness which is life, which we call life.

  • Open listening and thinking about myself

    Open listening and thinking about myself

    Allow the universe to do its thing. You are aware. Notice this listening space. It’s a borderless space, which somehow hears these words. And this hearing is not in time. It’s not a remembering. It’s not a projecting. It’s a vibrational space.

  • I am and cannot not be

    I am and cannot not be

    The body-mind has a family, it’s part of a tribe. There’s a history to the body-mind. But this history is simply a narrative appearing to you, you being this awareness, the reality that right now is hearing these words. Right now, that which hears these words is invisible to the senses. You perceive, thoughts and…

  • Stress, trauma and the sense of separate self

    Stress, trauma and the sense of separate self

    But whenever we engage with the mind, we have the option of engaging in a practical manner. Such as feeding the body, taking care of one’s home and family, which is completely impersonal. Or we can engage as a person, as a separate entity with its history, its old wounds, with its past trauma.

  • Am I what I imagine myself to be?

    Am I what I imagine myself to be?

    Listening without any references, without knowing. It’s a listening space, an aware space. And you are this awareness. You are this invisible reality, which has. no name, no age, no gender, no history, no past, no future. Complete freedom. The freedom of being, God’s freedom. You are that.

  • Consciousness precedes interpretation

    Consciousness precedes interpretation

    Everything that you experience arises in being, in consciousness, which is always present. Presence is self knowing, and it’s always on, always available to itself.