Timeless Embrace of Time

December 2, 2015 1 MP3 Download 1 hrs. 48 min. $10.00

In a clear and articulate talk, guest teacher Mukti offers a liberating perspective on the nature of time and our relationship to it. Exploring the difference between how we perceive time personally vs. how our essential nature sees it, Mukti offers a way to gain clarity and insight as we move away from seeing ourselves at the center of time. Dialogues explore being present with pain, feeling the support of the earth plane, and the moment-to-moment choice that awakening makes possible.

Topics Include:

  • How We Hold the Present
  • An Exploration of Time
  • Being Present for the Past
  • The Construct of Time
  • A Guided Meditation on Time
  • Relief from the Tracker of Time
  • The Presence that We Are
  • How to Not Avoid the Past
  • Caller 1: Trying Too Hard to Relax
  • Caller 2: Openness and Trauma
  • Caller 3: Silence, Presence, and Spiritual Bypassing
  • Caller 4: This Moment as a Choice

Quotes from this Download:

"The physical body knows how to come to rest. Allow the activity of mind to respond to the body by settling down toward the earth, following a thread of grounding."

"There is a place in the territory of Truth for the function of analytical thought or toolbox mind, and in the realm of relating. But even then, the sense of 'I' can be remarkably light and can disappear out of the center of experience."

"Let the question 'What am I?' ripple through the lake of your being."

"If one's identity has relaxed out of the controller position, the space of being can have a naturally harmonizing effect."

"What is it for the beauty of the presence that we are to touch what longs to be healed and liberated, and to move into this world and express?"

"Think of your nature as awareness -- always allowing, always open, always available -- and offer that to the parts of yourself that feel bound to their painful state."

"There's an incredible capacity of seeing that opens when we come to know our nature as awareness."

Recorded on December 2, 2015.
© 2015 by Mukti Gray. All rights reserved.

Item #: CDR-211