Many of those drawn to nirvana do not know that it has been translated from Sanskrit as “cessation.” Through a guided meditation, talk, and dialogues, Mukti points to the habits of mind and body that obscure the nature of cessation, highlighting the changeless.
Topics Include: Attainment vs. Cessation / What Doesn’t Move / Gravitating towards Innate Knowing / Being Stopped in Awe / Not Objectifying Vastness / Ever Present Stillness / Inquiry Approaches for Stopping
Quotes from this Download: “What we are is not defined by movements of mind—that which knows movement is not in itself moving.” • “Even when there’s opening to vastness, the vastness can be subtly objectified. Asking vastness to reveal itself allows it to be known through and through.”
Recorded in Santa Cruz, California on July 18, 2012.
© 2012 by Mukti Gray. All rights reserved.