Often when we hear “The Eternal,” the mind conjures up an association with time. And upon hearing "The Infinite," there can be an association with space. With such referencing, the mind can spook itself, leading to experiences of disorientation or complete overwhelm. In this talk that begins with a guided meditation, Mukti encourages a shaking loose of all constructs of the mind -- including the reference of the me-centric identity. This loosening gives way to a clarity of perspective that is an unbounded expression of our truest nature.
Quotes from this Download:
“There can be a whole new way of encountering our nature as Eternal or Infinite that we can be curious about and open to, when we shake ourselves loose of our previous ways of mapping to these ideas.”
“Paradoxically, the centerless being experience energetically gives us a felt sense of being very centered.”
“Some people may think of stillness as a coming to land, but when that which would land is also invited to not assert itself, it’s possible for a kind of centerless being to be present.”
Note: Originally published on 11/23/16.
Recorded in Boulder, Colorado on September 8, 2016.
© 2016 by Mukti Gray. All rights reserved.