Paradoxes of the Unknown

February 10, 2014 1 MP3 Download 1 hrs. 46 min. $10.00

It is a paradox to know that we are the mystery while not knowing what the mystery is. Yet despite our not being able to concretely encapsulate the unknown, many of us continue to want to know it more deeply. In this talk and related dialogues, Mukti explores opening to the unknown in a way that not only brings deep comfort with it, but also paradoxically reveals greater vitality, clarity, and revelation.

Topics Include:

  • The Ungraspable Unknown
  • The Vitality of the Mystery
  • The Willingness to Not Know
  • Comfort with the Unknown
  • Allowing Clarity to Present Itself
  • Leaning into “Reveal Thyself”
  • Groundless Being as Unconditional Love
  • The Yin and Yang of Spirituality

Quotes from this Download:

“Welcoming the mystery is abiding in the mystery.”

“Spirituality is a trajectory of feeling more and more comfortable with the notion of not having to know everything.”

“The sense of the mystery is not something to be solved; it’s something to ripple through our sense of direct experience.”

Recorded in Santa Cruz, California on February 10, 2014.
© 2014 by Mukti Gray. All rights reserved.

Item #: CDA-460