December 22, 2015 at 6:02 PM #1516
What spiritual teachers do you most resonate with? If you have studied with a particular teacher how has your life changed? Has it changed? If it has changed, what do you account for the change?February 3, 2016 at 8:42 PM #1697
I just look at stuff online. Mooji’s videos are really good, your stuff is really good, I have Robert Jackson on Facebook and his message is precise and clear, I follow J Stewart Dixon because he always keeps it real, I like Jeff Foster’s posts/videos, and I always read this blog because I resonate with the simplicity that is shrouded in complexity http://wayfairie.tumblr.com/
Nothing has changed so dramatically. It feels more like slight tweaks to the path, or even just recognition that what I’m doing is not a waste of time.February 3, 2016 at 9:40 PM #1698
Thank you for responding Cameron. This is a nice community you have assembled. Stay in this good company. It is not a waste of time. You were guided here from deep inside. All these messengers are also inside you. And this will become more and more clear. Every time something one of these people says resonates in you, you feel it deep inside, an aliveness, a quickening, this is your inner teacher, your inner guide, your true Self. It has always been here. But often we have to first hear it appearing from outside before we become aware it was always in here.
It will happen. Keep this good company. It speaks your inner language. Thank you for commenting.August 24, 2017 at 9:09 PM #4018
Ramana.August 24, 2017 at 11:41 PM #4019
Yes, of course, Ramana. You can’t go wrong with this.March 12, 2019 at 9:16 AM #6422
Ramana and Robert Adams. Both are so clear and direct.March 12, 2019 at 5:24 PM #6425
Yes, Mary, I agree. Ramana and Robert Adams get right down to it.April 27, 2019 at 2:39 AM #6843
I found this school with fully realised the teacher Genadiy Givin
What I really like is that the system of practice that he teaches really works and all is based on practical understanding, they have more then 50 awaken students already. They talk about awakening and enlightenment as just the points on the Path, so there is always space to grow. This is the school https://en.givinschool.orgFebruary 25, 2021 at 7:32 AM #8969
My first real exposure was reading Yogananda’s Mans Eternal Quest.
It had me in tears of joy at times. I was in my 20’s then.
I read Ramana’s Be as You Are, after seeing him in a dream, and Nisargadatta’s I am That was brought to my attention in India in the 90’s while still searching for truth at the Sai Baba ashram. It was Baba that gave me the limitless experience beyond the void though. He came in a dream and reprimanded me telepathically, he said “I do not raise your vibration for you to worship me, I raise it for you to realise your own divinity, I will give you an experience tomorrow night.” Tomorrow night turned out to be a year later, back in Australia. Long story short, mind was blown, everything just is, then mind returned and couldn’t contain or retain experience, put experience away to get on in this world. Early 50’s now and looking to take the final step home.February 25, 2021 at 9:10 PM #8970
Wow, I have just read your story Peter and the True Oneness page with I am that recommended below, So much in common and the best site I’ve found to validate what I experienced all those years ago. Thank you brother.
I trust you have a healthy sense of humour, a cheeky gift from down under.
JohnFebruary 27, 2021 at 7:44 PM #8974
Ha. 🙂 thank youFebruary 27, 2021 at 7:50 PM #8975
The dream is very compelling and for quite some time convincing. It is easier to see it is just a very limited, incomplete picture seen through limited senses and interpreted through a limited mind further conditioned to ignore what is and believe its perceptions are real and all that is.
Fortunately we can function in this dream while realizing there is always so much more.February 27, 2021 at 7:55 PM #8976
no final step. We are dealing with the infinite here.it unfolds continuously without any end. how wonderful. you cannot contain or limit your experiences to a thought or memory. they will always be far beyond that. And yet whether you are experiencing this now or not it is always here.February 27, 2021 at 8:06 PM #8977
I was inspired to write this poem while trying to reconcile what had happened back then.
Thoughts in a mind.
The bridges of time.
Crossing one to another.
No land will you find.
Suspending them all.
Untouched by the fall.
The pristine ever present.
No words can recall.
The things we think.
The feelings we know.
And all the things we call our own.
Belong to who.
Belong to what.
Belong to the realm of that which is not.
What appears to be.
We all do see.
But the seer too.
Is just scenery.
Once the dreamt.
Then the dreamer.
Revealed I’m neither.
John McGowanFebruary 28, 2021 at 12:46 AM #8979
I forgot to add it is titled ARE YOU?
Welcome back from hibernation Peter.
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