When we become conscious of the way the mind operates, it loses its power to direct our experience in automatic, illusory ways. Mukti shares her deep insights on the multifaceted nature of mind, exploring the ideas of thinking mind, spatial mind, subject vs. object orientation, and the interplay of perspectives. She shows how we can put a wrench into the movements of mind through powerful inquiry questions, and invites us into deep stillness using the body as an ally.
Topics Include: Becoming More and More Conscious / Spatial Mind vs. Thinking Mind / Dancing with Changing Perspectives / Perspectives of Subject and Object / Freedom Beyond the Way of Mind / Powerful Inquiry Questions / Caller 1: Sensing from Our Innocence / Caller 2: Living a Sincere Life / Caller 3: The Body as an Ally
Quotes from this Download: “What if there wasn't a final, ultimate goal of a given enlightened view that you might be wanting to land within?” • “As I listen inside, there's often a sense of gravity that pulls me into the quiet of the ground of pure potential.” • “Inquiry questions invite a revelation of that which is not defined by any movement of mind.” • “The sense of a personal self returning and joining with one's nature or Spirit, can be like a victory to your humanness, because humanness can then express its true nature, but it can also be a victory for the Divine, because the Divine gets to be fully awake and functioning in the realm of humanity.” • “When two arrows meet in midair . . . You could say they cancel each other out, or you could say they join in union.” • “Let your attention carry the question. Let your consciousness widen as ripples widen in the water.”
Recorded on April 15, 2015.
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