Published on Sep 29, 2016

http://adyashanti.orgAdyashanti tells the story of the Buddha sitting underneath the Bodhi Tree while dark, nightmarish visions were visiting him. During these wild and intense moments, the Buddha reached down and touched the ground—using it as a reference point for reality. By allowing whatever is present within your experience to arise, you let go of restrictions on how the moment should be, and simply open to what is. Adyashanti points out the healthy balance of not grasping at the good moments, but also not indulging in the fear that can so fiercely captivate our attention. By remaining as the simple light of awareness, you are able to rest into: “I am here for this to unfold.”