The term “awakening” is referenced in spiritual circles with a myriad of interpretations or inferences. What one person deems to be an awakening can differ from another. In this rich and practical talk from her April 2018 Loon Lake retreat, Mukti explores the terrain of spiritual realization and different types of shifts that are commonly experienced. She also reveals how forms of inquiry can orient us toward discovering our true expression as Spirit.
Quotes from this Download:
“There can be a point where it feels like awareness comes alight and is awake to itself. And that can be a huge shift, because it displaces the sense of the one who is engaging awareness.”
“When I talk about self-inquiry, I’m really speaking about inquiry that is meant to catalyze realization of the All.”
“There’s a knowingness of being that knows that what we essentially are can never be born and never die in the way that form is born and dies.”
“When we truly want to be here for life, and have the sense that this is an opportunity to incarnate and be present for what’s happening, then it makes it more palatable to go through some of the difficulty, because the journey feels like it’s in service to what is true and what is deeply resonant and expressive of our essential self.”
Recorded live on retreat at Loon Lake in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada on April 17, 2018.
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