Soft Mind, Silent Mind

March 20, 2024 1 MP3 Download 1 hrs. 36 min. $10.00

Amidst the various places that one might reference a sense of self—be it the mind, heart, soul, body, or awareness—there is a stillness that need not land, that is free of identity.

Mukti speaks of the tendency of mind to want to locate self and make conclusions and judgements that are largely unnecessary when orienting to realization. She speaks to the wisdom of making peace with a busy mind and to the possibility and paradigm of quiet, still mind.

In answering emailed questions, Mukti further expands these themes and reveals how by softening from rigid thinking and conclusions, we make way for heart-informed, genuine expression.

Topics Include:

  • Your Locus of Being
  • Interconnectedness of Being
  • The Power of Attention and Intention


“There’s something quite remarkable about setting time aside to just simply be quiet. And believe it or not, it can be incredibly transformative.”

“When the mind is more quiet, it gives us a sense of what remains in the moment. It puts us more directly in contact with our experience and not at a distance, commenting or judging our experience.”

“It can be important what we do, but perhaps vastly more important is who we are and what we bring to what we do.”

Recorded on March 20, 2024.
© 2024 by Mukti Gray. All rights reserved. 

Item #: MED-1236

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