The only barrier to peace and happiness is the thought that considers the current situation wrong or inadequate. That thought is like a plant that flowers in our feelings, activities and relationships, but has deep roots. It is not enough to pick the flower.
In this Satsang Roger speaks about what he says is one of the most significant topics of contemplation that contributed to the major shift which allowed life to be seen more clearly. This is the topic of relative vs absolute, or, that which changes vs that which doesn’t change, or non-truth vs Truth. Related to this topic is understanding the difference between ‘concepts’ and ‘beliefs’ and understanding the dynamic of how a concept gets turned into a belief is how we are finally ridded of all beliefs, sometimes in one fowl swoop. It is this change of relating to that which changes as relative and absolute which dissolves beliefs which are contained in the system and effects our happiness in daily living.Read more
“The conditioned mind will often create feelings out of fear, and these should not be the guiding force in your life. Eckhart urges us instead to discover the deeper feelings that arise from Presence—the source of true intuition—and to let that guide your actions.”Read more
00:49 so those that are familiar with the 00:55 teachings because of having listened to 00:59 such songs moreRead more
Streamed live on Jan 15, 2018Read more
“We think that time is something mechanical and a fact. These great enlightened beings prove that time is just a product of the mind. You’ll also get great advice on how to live joyfully in the present moment.”Read more
Rupert Spira, 2012.Read more
“I can’t emphasize this more … pointers need to be followed not believed; and the pointers are always pointing to our experience.”Read more