Many spiritual seekers experience a profound sense of aloneness. For some, this aloneness elicits fear, while others actually relish it. Through an engaging talk, dialogues, and guided meditation, Mukti invites us into a deep inquiry into our relationship with aloneness. By going beyond our mind’s dualistic projections, we can come to recognize, join, and function as the infinite nature of consciousness that is never alone.
Topics Include: How We Hold Aloneness / Shifting the Sense of Self / Joining the Body of Awareness / Inquiring into Aloneness / Calling Forth Infinite Nature / No Fear in the Undifferentiated State / Letting Consciousness Show the Way / Unwinding Contractions
Quotes from this Download: “When the sense of aloneness is seen by the mind, it either grasps for it or has an aversion towards it.” • “The mind projects darkness onto the sense of aloneness but if the mind relaxes out of projection, then we may have a different experience of it.” • “Inquiry questions about our nature are transformative of your sense of life and reality.”
Recorded in Berkeley, California on November 13, 2012.
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