We needn’t deny the storms, waves, projections, thoughts, emotions and sensations of this life….
The error is in the denial of the imperishable peace.
In the denial of the imperishable peace, we have nowhere reliable to rest while we may graciously witness all the disturbances moving within us and around us.
You are not who or what you ‘think’ you are.
The fundamental error is believing that life is about satisfying the needs of a thought-constructed separate ego self that you are not.
In a meditation of inquiry, you can use the mind to point to and reveal a Self beyond mind.
This revelation of Self is experienced as a “sense” or “essence” and not in the mind or intellect or in ideas about self.
A good inquiry, asked with a deep devotion to knowing truth, has great power.
The inquiries are what wake up the True Self.
Sit and inquire…
This collapsing of the personal identity that allows the unification of Soul and God destroys the illusion of separation and brings into the human experience deep peace, unconditional love and a profound equanimity of presence.
The temporary and finite person is merely a vehicle of consciousness where the divine and eternal dance of God and Soul may be fully realized, lived and celebrated.
Your own soul is the temple, the sanctuary and the nature of infinite peace, love and grace.
It’s so close, so immediately available, so unwaveringly present.
But we must choose to enter, to find those who may help us make that short yet epic journey into our own grace.
The mind needs a self, an identity, a “me”.
If we don’t awaken the true consciousness of Self, the mind will continue to cobble together a self out of thoughts, beliefs, stories, interpretations, assessments, judgements, opinions and perceptions.
This “me” of the mind will never stabilize. All creations of mind are subject to endless questioning, endless reassessment, re-creation and subtle or not so subtle thoughts of ‘not yet good enough’.
Grace is often not recognized as an essential component of success.
Is an accomplished chef not graceful in their sensitive blending of flavors, colors and textures?
Is an accomplished architect not graceful in their ability to feel deeply into a space?
Is a great leader not graceful in the compassionate and nuanced dance of relationships and emotional dynamics?
Waking From the Dream of i "Once awakened from the dream of separation, the awakened soul can once again celebrate its most divine dance with God.” Our fears and anxieties are the imaginings of the dreamed self that feels itself separate from the one divine...
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