The true nature of Self will never be known by gathering more information or knowledge; but, only by committing to asking fewer questions!

5 Responses to “The True Nature of Self!”

  1. on 19 May 2019 at 7:28 pm Keshav Howe

    A simple (not always easy) way to surrender to what is perpetually open is to make the conscious decision  to make room for the peace inherent in this moment, to find me. The desert sunset's dance of light is so full and vibrant, there is little room for the urge to collect information about what is beyond words.

  2. on 19 May 2019 at 11:40 am sasanijjs

    Group felt timeless. The space of pure awareness is true freedom. To feel the body and mind merging with what appears empty is a bit daunting. However, as our willingness to surrender increases we see how unconditional that space is. Mind and body will continue to make adjustments. Thank you

  3. on 18 May 2019 at 1:08 pm Betty

    I started out with the knowing of presence and then got the idea that there was something I needed to learn. It was a huge distraction from what was already here and what I had already experienced, but never labeled.

  4. on 16 May 2019 at 11:22 pm Donna

    So true! The true nature of Self cannot be known through gathering information or knowledge on the true nature of Self! For me, the true nature of Self is in the direct experience of the unfolding of what is being offered. I feel it in my senses, in the body, in the cells, in the space in and around and between.

    Directly experiencing a sunset brings tears to my eyes in the absence of emotion. There is no thought about it, no information that is relayed, no questions being asked— an energetic communion is taking place and voila!—the true nature of Self. Namaste!

  5. on 15 May 2019 at 4:07 pm Diane

    I have noticed that I am so into directly experiencing life as it is in this moment research is simply boring.

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