THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE UNIVERSE – by Gary R. Renard [Updated Aug 17, 2015]

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE UNIVERSE
Straight Talk About Illusions, Past Lives, Religion,
Sex, Politics, and the Miracles of Forgiveness

by Gary R. Renard
What would you do if you were sitting quietly in your living room when a mysterious couple suddenly appeared from out of nowhere, and then told you they were ‘ascended masters’ who had come to reveal some shocking secrets of existence and teach you the miraculous power of advanced forgiveness? Would you call the cops? Call a psychiatrist? Call out for pizza? When two such teachers appeared before Gary Renard in 1992, he chose to listen to them. (And ask a lot of questions.) The result is this startling book: An extraordinary record of 17 mind-bending conversations that took place over nearly a decade, reorienting the author’s life, and giving the world an uncompromising introduction to a spiritual teaching destined to change human history.

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Gary Renard, speaking about the origins of his best-selling book, “The Disappearance of The Universe”.

Gary Renard, pt.1- Intro to: The Disappearance of the Universe

Gary Renard pt 2 -On the Nature of Forgiveness

Gary Renard, pt.3- on Death and the Ego

Gary goes deeper into the illusion of the ego and how it is that that fears the illusion of death.
Gary Renard 4 – Ego and the Holy Spirit

This is to replace the original upload that lost its sound. Gary Renard 4 – Ego and the Holy Spirit
Gary Renard pt. 5- Process of Forgiveness


Gary Renard 5- Process of Forgiveness

Gary Renard pt. 6- We are at Cause


Gary talks about the masters Buddha and Jesus who showed how reality is our creation. As Divine beings we are responsible for the lessons that we learn here.

Gary Renard pt. 7 -Upcoming book and the Future

Gary concludes with his themes in his upcoming book and his plans for the future.

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Jack Kornfield: Awakening To Pure Consciousness


By Jack Kornfield: In the next chapter we will examine consciousness in its particle-like nature…

For now, let us consider the unbounded sky or mirror-like nature of consciousness. We need to be practical. Our first task is to learn to distinguish the mirror-like nature of consciousness from its content, our sense perceptions and thought. When we learn to distinguish consciousness from the states and experiences that color it, we are freed from reactioning to each passing state.

While studying Buddhism in college, I tried a little meditation on my own. But it was unfamiliar and I was unsuccessful because I didn’t know what I was doing. It wasn’t that I was afraid of silence or of some terrible darkness that I would find inside, though these are common misunderstandings of meditation. It was that my body would get uncomfortable and my mind would spin out in a million directions. When I got Ajahn Chah’s teaching, the practice became gradually clearer. He taught me to relax and feel my breath carefully, which helped focus and quiet my mind. Then he taught me just to mindfully notice the stream of thoughts and sensations without reacting to them as a problem. This took some practice.

Finally he taught the most important lesson, to rest in consciousness itself. As his own teacher Ajahn Mun explains, “We become the witnessing of experience, abiding in pure consciousness or awareness.” He goes on, “We can notice the distinction between consciousness and all the transient states and experiences that arise and pass away within it. When we do not understand this point, we take each of the passing states to be real. But when changing conditions such as happiness and unhappiness are seen for what they are, we find the way to peace. Most people lump everything together as the mind itself, without distinguishing between the temporary states of mind and the knowing of them. If you can rest in the knowing, the pure consciousness, there’s not much more to do.”

Does resting in consciousness mean we are simply checking out of the world, or withdrawing into navel gazing? Not at all. Resting in the knowing is not the same as detachment. When I look back at my own life I can see my struggles to discover this truth. Because of the conflict and unpredictable violence in my family, there were many times I wanted to run away but couldn’t. To cope with the trauma, at times I became depressed, angry or cynical. But as a primary protection, I developed the capacity to detach myself from what was happening. Detachment came naturally to me. I used it to become peaceful within myself and to try to calm those around me. Of course, these patterns persist and now I do it for a living.

So when I began Buddhist practice, shifting my attention to rest in consciousness felt familiar, natural. It seemed similar to my strategy of detachment. But gradually I discovered how wrong I was. My detachment had been a withdrawal from the pain and conflict into a protective shell. It was more like indifference. In Buddhist psychology indifference is called the “near enemy” to true openness and equanimity, a misguided imitation. To rest in consciousness, I had to unlearn this defensive detachment and learn to feel everything. I had to allow myself to recognize and experience the feelings and thoughts, the conflicts, the unpredictability of life in order to learn that I could trust the openness of consciousness itself. Ajahn Chah invited us to rest in consciousness and allow every experience in a fearless way. To rest in consciousness is the opposite of contraction and fear. When we rest in consciousness we become unafraid of the changing conditions of life.

In the monastery Ajahn Chah would point us back to rest in the pure knowing, consciousness itself. Sometimes he would notice that we were caught up in a state of worry or anger or doubt or sorrow. He would smile with amusement and urge us to inquire, Who is doubting? Who is angry? Can you rest in the consciousness that is aware of these states? Sometimes he would instruct us to sit at the side of a person who was dying, to be particularly aware of the mysterious moment when consciousness leaves and a person full of life turns into a lifeless corpse. Sometimes he would say, “If you are lost in the forest, that is not really being lost. You are really lost if you forget who you are.”

This knowing or pure consciousness is called by many names, all of which point to our timeless essence. Ajahn Chah and the forest monks of Thailand speak of it as the Original Mind or the One Who Knows. In Tibetan Buddhism it is referred to as Rigpa, silent and intelligent. In Zen it is called the mind ground or mind essence. The Hindu non-dual tradition speaks of this as the timeless witness. While these teachings may sound abstract, they are quite practical. To understand them we can simply notice the two distinct dimensions to our life, the ever-changing flow of experiences, and that which knows the experiences.

Perhaps we can better understand this through a story of a Palestinian named Salam, one of my good friends. I met Salam when I was doing some teaching for the hospices of the Bay Area. He was able to sit with the dying because he had no fear of death. In the late 1960’s and 70’s Salam lived in Jerusalem as an activist and a journalist. Because he was writing about creating a Palestinian capital in east Jerusalem and the establishment of a Palestinian state, he was regularly arrested. He spent nearly six years in Israeli prisons. He was frequently interrogated and periodically beaten and tortured. This happens on every side in war.

One afternoon after he had been badly beaten, his body was lying on the floor of the prison and he was being kicked by a particularly cruel guard. Blood poured out of his mouth, and as the police report later stated, the authorities believed he had died.

He remembers the pain of being beaten. Then, as is often reported by accident and torture victims, he felt his consciousness leave his body and float up to the ceiling. At first it was peaceful and still, like in a silent movie, as he watched his own body lying below being kicked. It was so peaceful he didn’t know what all the fuss was about. And then Salam described how, in a remarkable way, his consciousness expanded further. He knew it was his body lying below, but now he felt he was also the boot kicking the body. He was also the peeling green paint on the prison walls, and the goat whose bleat could be heard outside, he was the dirt under the guard’s fingernails—he was all of it and the eternal consciousness of it all with no separation. Being everything, he could never die. All his fears had vanished. He realized that death was an illusion. A well-being and joy beyond description opened in him. And then a spontaneous laughter arose at the astonishing folly of humans, believing we are separate, clinging to nations and making war.

Two days later, as Salam describes it, he came back to consciousness in a bruised and beaten body on the floor of a cell, without fear or remorse, just amazement. His experience changed his whole sense of life and death. He refused to continue to participate in any form of conflict. When he was released, he married a Jewish woman and had Palestinian-Jewish children. That, he said, was his answer to the misguided madness of the world.

This excerpt is taken from the book, “The Wise Heart” VIEW HERE
Source: Jack Kornfield

The Wise Heart Chapters 1 through 4

Published on Nov 7, 2014

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The Wise Heart: Introduction at 0 minutes and 35 seconds

Chapter 1: Nobility at 13 minutes and 33 seconds

Sacred Perception at 20 minutes and 57 seconds

Chapter 2: A Psychology of Compassion at 28 minutes and 44 seconds

Chapter 3: Who Looks in the Mirror? at 41 minutes and 45 seconds

The Two Dimensions of Consciousness at 49 minutes and 1 second

Chapter 4: The Colorings of Consciousness at 1 hour 0 minutes and 30 seconds

Healthy and Unhealthy Mental States at 1 hour 7 minutes and 25 seconds

The 4 Scariest (But Secretly Wonderful) Steps toward Enlightenment – by Gary ‘Z’ McGee

“Make no mistake about it – enlightenment is a destructive process. It has nothing to do with becoming better or being happier. Enlightenment is the crumbling away of untruth. It’s seeing through the facade of pretense. It’s the complete eradication of everything we imagined to be true.” –Adyashanti

The first thing to remember, here at the outset, is that enlightenment is not a destination but a direction. It is not a truth but a process. It is both imaginary and real. It is not an either-or, but a both-and. It is only achievable when it is understood that it is an unachievable thing. Once we can let go of the need to achieve it, then we free ourselves to allow the process to unfold, and we become the achieving. It is the constantly expanding horizon of human flourishing. But it can hurt like hell.

Indeed, enlightenment is no walk in the park. The first teacher met on the path toward enlightenment tends to be Pain itself. Enlightenment is both a reckoning and a wrecking, both an expansion and an annihilation. The following four steps are just the tip of a much deeper iceberg of trials and tribulations, fraught with menacing thresholds and sinister Rubicons. Thin-skinned, faint-of-heart, status-quo-junkies addicted to comfort, need not apply. And if you decide to apply, leave your invulnerability behind. It’s an illusion anyway. Here then are four of the scariest, but secretly wonderful, steps one can take on the path toward enlightenment.

1.) Vulnerability and Self-Honesty

“There’s a whole category of people who miss out by not allowing themselves to be weird enough.” –Alain de Botton

Vulnerability is downright scary. But in order to gain the ability to learn from our mistakes, to have fun with our inherent hypocrisy, and to have a good sense of humor in regards to our fallibility as an imperfect species, we must first have the capacity to be vulnerable, which requires brutal self-honesty and ruthless self-interrogation.

Brutal self-honesty and ruthless self-interrogation forces us to face our own demons. It pushes us to confront our most personal foibles, fallibilities, and unhealthy propensities and to question all authorities, especially our own. It forces our head over the abyss of the human condition, searing our soul with the unavoidable blazing flame of truth: impermanence. It slaps us across the face with its absolute mockery of our happiness ever being a thing that can be permanent. It insouciantly rattles off the almighty cosmic joke, making damn certain we realize we’re the butt-end of that joke.

Which is why a particularly effective strategy at achieving a state of vulnerability and self-honesty is to use our sense of humor. When we laugh at ourselves we loosen ourselves up. The screws of our seriousness get unscrewed by the genius of our humorous sincerity. We suddenly go from being the butt-end of the joke, to laughing at the joke, thus turning the tables on the jokes power over us, and thus on power itself. When we can laugh at ourselves we are allowing ourselves to be “weird,” to tackle the dilemma of the self from another angle, to impose a state of existential vulnerability that transforms the soul into a prism where the light of truth can shine through and take the form of the rainbow of self-honesty.

And Pain is the terribly-beautiful, shiny-red, thorny and jagged little pill that we learn to swallow, again and again, with a devil-may-care, spiritually masochistic smile on our all-too-human faces. Bottoms up!
2.) Swallowing the Jagged Red Pill of Truth

“The less people know, the more stubbornly they know it.” –Osho

Without the painful red pill of truth, we’re stuck with the all-too-comfortable blue pill of deception. The blue pill gets stuck in our throat, causing no end of blockages, suppressions, oppressions, and depressions. The blue pill is a beacon of deception, lodged in our throat chakra, jamming all frequencies and preventing us from speaking our truth and from being impeccable with our word. The blue pill is a magnet for lies. And lies are sexy, scandalous scoundrels. They float around in a foggy smoke, seducing us with false kindness, kissing us just the right way, and lulling us into brain-washable complacency and a heightened state of malleability. Under the blue pill’s seduction, we are pawns wallowing in self-incurred immaturity. Taking the red pill dislodges the blue pill, thus clearing the passage and opening all frequencies to the truth.

“Enlightenment is man’s emergence from self-incurred immaturity. Immaturity is the inability to use one’s own understanding without the guidance of another.” –Immanuel Kant

But seeker of enlightenment beware, the teacher who longs to jam even the red pill down your throat. The choice must be yours, and yours alone. A good teacher will guide you to the red pill, but he/she should never force it down your throat. Like Adyashanti said, “My speaking is meant to shake you awake, not to tell you how to dream better.” You have to want to dream better first.

“The function of the imagination is not to make strange things settled, so much as to make settled things strange.” –G. K. Chesterton

Swallowing the red pill is a frightening prospect. It shatters worldviews and dissolves certainty. It replaces answers with questions. It upends all apple carts: psychological, physical, and spiritual. It reconditions preconditioning. It cleanses the doors of perception. It shatters the glassy essence of cognitive dissonance; the shards of which splinter off and sting like mad in the fleshy heart of truth. It leaves your soul naked, vulnerable, and blank-slated in the angry eye of an apocalyptic existential-hurricane of uncertainty. It reveals that you were always God in hiding. And the heavy burden of that prospect alone can be a soul-crushing responsibility. But like Seneca said, “A gem cannot be polished without friction, nor a man perfected without trials.”

3.) Ego Annihilation

“There are plenty of difficult obstacles in your path. Don’t allow yourself to become one of them.” -Ralph Marsten

This one is arguably the most painful. The death of the ego is no walk in the park. It is more like a walk through a dark night of the soul surrounded by an angry abyss that’s really just the small-minded version of you not wanting to lose what it feels is the essence of you: your ego. But the ego is not the essence of you, and it never was. The real you is an interdependent cosmic force, an interconnected frequency, a unified cosmic agent going through the motions of being a mind-body-soul.

“But the worst enemy you can meet will always be yourself; you lie in wait for yourself in caverns and forests. Lonely one, you are going the way to yourself! And your way goes past yourself, and past your seven devils! You will be a heretic to yourself and witch and soothsayer and fool and doubter and unholy one and villain. You must be ready to burn yourself in your own flame: how could you become new, if you had not first become ashes?” –Friedrich Nietzsche

Ego annihilation leads to the ashes from which the phoenix of the soul rises. But first there must be descent. There must be a tearing part, a burning down, a sacred disintegration. But the task of severance is a repentance. It speaks the language of vicissitude. It howls inside you like old night. It moves through you like fresh smoke. It is the blood of a full moon’s howl. It is a cruel wheel spinning its cycle of animal angst, of species-crimson. It is in this moment. Here, at the crux of the cross, at the knot on the wood, where the crooked trees mock your martyrdom and all your ancestors can smell the scent of your heart’s full blossom, blinking in and out of the ether, screaming at you, “It is time! There may not be another life to love.”

And so you descend. And so you cross the Rubicon of the self, bridging the gap between Man and Overman above the Existential Black Hole. And so you lose yourself in the blue smoke, in the loose shadows. You scream out like Yin. Your fists clinch like Yang. The fish feed on their tails. The snakes do the same. It’s like heaven and hell in your body. People can smell the animal in you, the wild-self coming to life. Death hums a eulogy in the trees, and you die a small death: the exulting death of your ego. And then you’re quiet as a doll, vulnerable, astonished, and cataleptic from the fall. But now you’re a force of nature first, a person second. And the Earth has finally discovered its salvation: the awakened human soul.

4.) Fearless Forgiveness

“In conclusion, there is no conclusion. Things will go on as they always have, getting weirder all the time.” –Robert Anton Wilson

Fearless forgiveness is scary because it is uncomfortable on an ontological level. It’s both a tearing down of the walls that protect us from the world and an unlocking of the prison door of our expectations. When we tear down the walls, fear is paramount and must be faced, and that can be dreadfully uncomfortable. But like Farrah Gray said, “Comfort is the enemy of achievement.” So it behooves us to get uncomfortable. Like Neo waking up from the Matrix for the first time. When we unlock the door to our prison, the way the world truly is despite us, and in spite of our expectations and worldview, becomes the harsh Desert of the Real, which only we can face and resolve for ourselves. But at least now we have the double-edged sword of fearless forgiveness to cut through all the red tape.

Forgiveness hurts because it is the ultimate letting go. It’s a deep, visceral acceptance of the way things are, regardless of our need for things to be a certain way. It’s a decisive shedding of the burden of what we cannot control. Tantamount to Buddhist non-attachment, fearless forgiveness is a reckoning of existential proportions that turns the tables on the concept of control itself. It gives us permission to authentically and sincerely go with the flow. With fearless forgiveness it suddenly becomes okay that the game of life is “rigged,” because our fearlessness is a willingness to transform whatever negative, counterproductive, unhealthy shit gets thrown at us into something positive, progressive, and healthy. And our forgiveness is a giant sigh saying, “It’s okay.” It gives us the insurmountable courage to transform demons into diamonds, fear into courage, anger into strength, and disdain into compassion.

Fearless forgiveness is allowing ourselves to be intimate with the cosmos as it truly exists. Like Dōgen said, “Enlightenment is intimacy with all things.” And intimacy with all things is just as likely to hurt as it is to feel good. But that is perfectly okay. It gives us permission to take the good with the bad, the unhealthy with the healthy, and the immoral with the moral. And then it gives us the courage to transform it all into our own amazing thing: art, adventure, love.

In the end, enlightenment is scary and painful, but it is so amazingly rewarding that it doesn’t even matter. As Camus said, “Life should be lived to the point of tears.” We must ride the fine-line between ecstasy and misery in order to enjoy the great mystery. Question thyself, overcome thyself, forgive thyself, then rebirth thyself, ad infinitum, and the path toward enlightenment shall not elude you.

About the Author
Gary ‘Z’ McGee, a former Navy Intelligence Specialist turned philosopher, is the author of Birthday Suit of God and The Looking Glass Man. His works are inspired by the great philosophers of the ages and his wide awake view of the modern world.

Source: WAKING TIMES

Life Loves You: 7 Spiritual Practices to Heal Your Life by Louise L. Hay, Robert Holden


Life loves you

and you have the power within you

to create a life you love.

Life loves you is one of Louise Hay’s best-loved affirmations. It is the heart thought that represents her life and her work. Together, Louise and Robert Holden look at what life loves you really means—that life doesn’t just happen to you; it happens for you. In a series of intimate and candid conversations, they dig deep into the power of love, the benevolent nature of reality, the friendly universe, and the heart of who we really are.

Life Loves You is filled with inspiring stories and helpful meditations, prayers, and exercises. Louise and Robert present a practical philosophy based on seven spiritual practices. Key themes cover

The Mirror Principle – practicing the how of self-love

Affirming Your Life – healing the ego’s basic fear

Following Your Joy – trusting your inner guidance

Forgiving the Past – reclaiming your original innocence

Being Grateful Now – cultivating basic trust

Learning to Receive – being undefended and open

Healing the Future– choosing love over fear

Louise Hay, the author of the international bestseller You Can Heal Your Life, is a metaphysical lecturer and teacher with more than 50 million books sold worldwide. For more than 30 years, she has helped people throughout the world discover and implement the full potential of their own creative powers for personal growth and self-healing. She has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and many other TV and radio programs both in the U.S. and abroad.

Websites: http://www.LouiseHay.com® and http://www.HealYourLife.com®


Robert Holden
, Ph.D.’s innovative work on psychology and spirituality has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, a PBS show called Shift Happens!, and a major BBC documentary called How to Be Happy, shown in 20 countries to more than 30 million television viewers. He’s the author of Happiness NOW!, Shift Happens!, Authentic Success (formerly titled Success Intelligence), Be Happy, Loveability, and Holy Shift!: 365 Daily Meditations from A Course in Miracles. He contributes daily to his Facebook page and hosts Shift Happens!, a weekly show for Hay House Radio.

Website: http://www.robertholden.org

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Life Loves You: Why Forgiveness Makes All the Difference in Your Life

Having trouble forgiving? In this heart-warming video with Robert Holden, Ph.D., co-author with Louise Hay of Life Loves You, Robert explains the choice we are called to make in this life and how making that one choice makes all the difference in what appears in our lives. Simply, we decide if we want grievances or miracles in our lives. Find out why forgiveness is not just a word, but a way to start anew and how you can begin to let love back into your life with this simple, yet profound practice from Robert Holden and Louise Hay.

Three Liberating Gifts: Part 1 – Forgiveness

Published on Apr 1, 2015

Three Liberating Gifts: Part 1 – Forgiveness (03/25/2015)

This 3 part series is based on a teaching story from the Upanishads that shows our potential to awaken from an ego-based trance and discover the full luminosity and freedom of our natural awareness. In each class we’ll explore one of the three gifts considered as essential on the spiritual path. The first is the capacity to forgive, to let go of the blame and resentment that prevents our hearts from being open and free.

The second gift is “inner fire,” the capacity to devote ourselves wholeheartedly to what we most cherish.

The third gift is a “mirror” or the capacity to look deeply into our own hearts and minds and realize the truth of who we are. Each class includes guided meditations that explore how these gifts can be nourished right here and now in our lives.

Secrets of Wisdom Awaken To The Miracle Of You By Joyce C. Gerris

Have you ever wondered “Why am I here on Earth? What is my purpose?”

Life is a marvelous adventure. We are each a magnificent being with the spark of the Divine within our heart and soul. We are all here on Earth together to create something wonderful––the potential is unlimited. Destiny is calling us. Together with God we can create miracles in our own lives and help lift those around us. It is possible!
The purpose of this book is to help you, step by step, actualize more and more the amazing person you really are. Each chapter focuses on a different Divine Quality which you can learn to enhance in your life: Wisdom, Power, Love, Freedom, Peace, Purpose, Illumination, Healing, Joy, Clarity, Transformation, and more.

Each chapter is like a multimedia life expanding workshop with inspired insights and guidance, extensive uplifting art, heartwarming personal testimonies from fellow seekers, and free access to audio meditations and soul songs by Joyce through the accompanying website. There are also questions to reflect on and discuss, and action suggestions.

Experience this life enriching journey on your own, or enjoy it with friends as a support group. Learn about intuition, energy and auras, meditation, natural foods and healing, illumination, soul mission, mystical philosophy, and abundance in harmony with the healing of our planet.

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Being Your Purpose in Life: A Chat With Marianne Williamson

by Lisa Aisling Montagu: I first saw Marianne Williamson speak when she had a profound conversation with Eckhart Tolle about what she called “midwifing the new consciousness,”

and she talked about all of the ways in which we can connect with presence in our everyday lives. In this interview, I was able to speak with Marianne about discovering our unity with and relatedness to others, and coming to accept the light of our true being so that we can find our true purpose in life.

You’ve spent many years founding and running non-profit and social enterprises. How did you find your own sense of purpose in serving the community around you?

I don’t think of purpose as something we “find,” I think of it as something we “are.” Language is a limitation here, tempting us to think that our purpose is something separate from, somehow outside our being. As I see it, a human being is both a particle and a wave, both a noun and a verb.

I’ve tried, more and less successfully at different moments of my life, to simply be the highest manifestation of myself. And we’re never at our highest manifestation if we’re thinking only of ourselves. How can someone look at all the suffering in the world, then not give a damn, not get involved, and still go around trying to “find their purpose?” We all have the same purpose: to love and be loved, to be the light that casts out darkness, wherever we are in whatever way we can. It’s not something given to us, but rather something we give the world. It’s not something revealed to us; it’s something revealed by us and through us.

When you spoke with Eckhart to share your teachings, it provided an opportunity for communities of like-minded people to come together. How can building connections to others contribute to finding inspiration?

No cell in the body is intended to exist on its own. Every cell is created to be part of a collaborative matrix, in which it is naturally guided to work with other cells to foster the health of the organ they’re part of. The fullest actualization of any one cell is its relationship to other cells. A cell that has forgotten this — that has been disconnected from its natural guidance system and simply goes off to do its own thing — is called cancer. And that image, that pattern, is what has happened to the human race. We’ve contracted a spiritual malignancy: a forgetfulness that we’re here to collaborate, a sick thought that we’re just here to do whatever we want without regard to a larger whole. And of course that is a diseased condition, whether in the body or in a civilization.

It says in A Course in Miracles not to look to ourselves to find ourselves, because that’s not where we are. Our true being lies not in the reality of our separated, isolated existence, but in our unity with and relatedness to others. So community is simply our natural state. We seek it not only to find others but to find our true selves.

Why do you think that we often repeat the same patterns of struggle in our lives?

Because the ego — the loveless mind — is powerful, insidious, and active within us.

In speaking with Eckhart, you said that “we are a perfect idea in the mind of God”. Knowing this, how can we use this knowledge in our daily lives?

When I’m in a bad mood, I’m not being God’s image of me. When I’m acting like a jerk, I’m not being God’s image of me. When I’m negative or angry or defensive, I’m not being God’s image of me. And knowing that God has a perfect image of me — that my true being is a perfect idea in His mind — enables me to more easily say to myself, “You know, Marianne. This is not who you are. This neurotic woman you’re play acting right now is not the real you. You are lost right now, but God’s image of you remains perfect and changeless behind the dark clouds of your confusion. If you will go into your heart right this second, for one Holy Instant, and pray to be returned to your true Self, you will be shown the path to forgiveness and love.” That’s not theory; it’s a practical tool. And of course it’s a miracle as well.

What practical tools or processes do you suggest to support the awakening process?

Morning practice. Most people get up in the morning and wash their bodies because they don’t want to take yesterday’s dirt with them into the new day. But it’s just as important to wash yesterday’s stress off our minds. A Course in Miracles says miracles are everyone’s right, but purification is necessary first. We need to purify ourselves of the fear, the attack thoughts, the defensiveness fostered by our mortal experience, in order to be truly empowered. “Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love;” we need to release the fear in order to get to the love.

You have said that “Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.” Why do you think this is the case? Where does that fear come from?

The light of our true being is terrifying to the ego because it is the death of the ego. So whenever we’re approaching the truth, the ego goes, “No! No!” It’s simply trying to preserve itself. Yet it has to die in order for us to truly live.

It literally comes from nowhere, because it doesn’t actually exist. It’s just an illusion of who we are. It’s simply the hallucination of a separate self, what A Course in Miracles calls our “detour into fear.”

What can you recommend on the process of finding forgiveness for people who have brought negativity into one’s life?

I try to remember that if I were in a perfect state myself, then they wouldn’t bother me. That doesn’t always get me right into a non-reactive, enlightened state, mind you – but it starts the process. The work is never about anyone else; it’s always about ourselves. We weren’t created to be at the effect of anyone else’s negativity, so if we are, then it’s not about them but about us.

What are your recommendations on how can people with restricted incomes strive to practice?

Spirituality is an inside job. Forgiveness does not cost money, meditation does not cost money, prayer does not cost money, and love does not cost money. And all of them, by the way, save time.

Where do you think that your spiritual path is taking you next?

Hopefully to greater inner peace on a more consistent basis. I get there, but I want to get there and always stay there.

Why did you decide to get more deeply involved in the political world? What was your inspiration?

A new paradigm, holistic perspective now saturates many areas of our society — from education to business to medicine to spirituality — but our politics seem to be outside its reach. And we can’t afford to turn away from politics; we might not touch it, but it certainly touches us. The increasingly calcified thought forms that dominate it today — based more on the past than the present, more on fear than on love, and more on economic than humanitarian values — threaten to sabotage so much of what makes life beautiful.

I don’t think electoral politics can be left out of the equation when it comes to a serious effort to transform the world. How can we talk about love as it applies to everything except politics? People say they’re trying to be conscious and awake about everything else, but we can’t be selective about what we’re conscious about and still call ourselves conscious! I think that if you know how to transform one life then you know how to change the world, because the world is simply a huge group of people. And that’s why our community should be the last people sitting out the political process. We’re withholding our gifts if we withhold our conversation.

Source: The Huffington Post

Walking Home : A Pilgrimage from Humbled to Healed – By Sonia Choquette

Finding Forgiveness and Freedom
on the Camino de Santiago

Life was falling apart. Within the space of three years, New York Times best-selling author and six-sensory spiritual teacher Sonia Choquette had suffered the unexpected death of two close family members, seen her marriage implode, and been let down by trusted colleagues. And sympathy was not forthcoming. “You’re a world-renowned intuitive guide and teacher,” people jeered. “How could you not have seen this coming?” Having intuitive abilities didn’t make Sonia superhuman, however. Nor did it exempt her from being wounded or suffering the pain of loss and the consequences of our all-too-human traits such as anger, resentment, and pride—traits that can lead even the best of us to stray from our path.
In order to regain her spiritual footing, Sonia turned to the age-old practice of pilgrimage and set out to walk the legendary Camino de Santiago, an 800-kilometer (500-mile) trek over the Pyrenees and across northern Spain. Day after day she pushed through hunger, exhaustion, and pain to reach her destination. Eventually, mortification of the flesh gave way to spiritual renewal, and she rediscovered the gifts of humility and forgiveness that she needed to repair her world.
In this riveting book, Sonia shares the intimate details of her grueling experience, as well as the unexpected moments of grace, humor, beauty, and companionship that supported her through her darkest hours. While her journey is unique, the lessons she learned—about honoring your relationships with others as well as with your own higher self, and forgiving all else—are universal.

Sonia Choquette, a world-renowned intuitive guide and spiritual teacher, is the author of 19 international best-selling books, including the New York Times bestseller The Answer Is Simple . . . ; as well as numerous audio programs and card decks. Sonia was educated at the University of Denver and the Sorbonne in Paris, and holds a Ph.D. in metaphysics from the American Institute of Holistic Theology. Her work has been published in more than 40 countries and translated into 37 languages. A member of the Transformational Leadership Council, she is also the host of her own weekly radio show, Six Sensory Living. To learn more about Sonia, please visit http://www.soniachoquette.com.

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Walking Home: A Pilgrimage from Humbled to Healed

How to manifest with ease ? Attracting all your heart desires – Sonia Choquette

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Sonia Choquette is a world-renowned author, storyteller, vibrational healer, and six sensory spiritual teacher in international demand for her guidance, wisdom, and capacity to heal the soul. Her books have sold over a million copies world wide including her New York Times bestseller The Answer Is Simple… She is most recognized for her ability to instantly change vibration, lift depression, and connect others to their intuition. She helps people understand their souls’ plan and purpose and leads them to a successful, meaningful and peaceful lives.

Dedicated to liberating people all over the world from the severe limitations, that comes from perceiving the world with only five senses when we in fact have six senses, and opening others up to the joys, healing and personal empowerment of six-sensory living.

A gifted and often hilarious teacher and speaker, Sonia is straight to the point in showing people exactly how to immediately transform their life experience from fear to joy, activate their intuition, awaken their spirit, and live as the empowered beings they are naturally designed to be.

The Power of the Heart: Finding Your True Purpose in Life by Baptist de Pape (Author)

With its unprecedented convocation of eighteen of the world’s greatest spiritual thinkers, writers, and scientists, including Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Paulo Coelho, and Eckhart Tolle, this beautifully designed full-color spiritual guide—which ties into a film of the same name—reveals how you can overcome limitations and fulfill your highest potential.

Baptist de Pape, a young lawyer, was mired in anxiety and fears about his future when he felt the call to investigate the incredible power of the heart and how it can lead us to our true purpose in life. On a quest that took him around the world, de Pape interviewed eighteen living icons—all on camera—including Isabel Allende, Jane Goodall, Marci Shimoff, Marianne Williamson, and Gary Zukav. Generously sharing their touching personal stories as well as profound guidance, these leaders co-created with de Pape a multidimensional, illuminating portrait of the heart as an inexhaustible source of love and wisdom that far surpasses that of the mind.

With exciting spiritual and scientific insights, The Power of the Heart presents fascinating evidence that the heart is more than a physical organ. It possesses its own intelligence, capable of transforming your views of money, health, relationships, and success. Mindfulness exercises and contemplations guide you to activate the heart’s special powers—including intuition, intention, gratitude, forgiveness, and love.

These unforgettable lessons from the world’s greatest teachers will inspire you to find your hidden talents, hear your inner voice, and fulfill your highest purpose in life.

Baptist de Pape is a lawyer turned author and filmmaker who traveled around the globe to interview the world’s greatest teachers in the film and book, The Power of the Heart.

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The Power of the Heart – Official Movie Trailer

From the director of ‘THE SECRET’ comes this unparalleled and life-changing film about the astonishing power and intelligence of your heart. Featuring some of the most inspiring and influential icons of our age including Paulo Coelho, Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Isabel Allende, and Eckhart Tolle, ‘THE POWER OF THE HEART’ – which ties into a book of the same name – is an experience that will lead you to uncover… and rediscover… the treasure in your chest. Visit the Official Website at: http://www.ThePoweroftheHeart.com

EXCLUSIVE: The Power of the Heart, Baptist de Pape

Published on Oct 7, 2014
From the director of The Secret comes this unparalleled and life-changing film about the astonishing power and intelligence of your heart. Featuring some of the most inspiring and influential icons of our age including Paulo Coelho, Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Isabel Allende, Deepak Chopra, and Eckhart Tolle, The Power of the Heart – which ties into a book of the same name – presents fascinating evidence that your heart is much more than a physical organ and that it can actually transform your views of money, health, relationships, and success. The Power of the Heart is an experience that will lead you to uncover… and rediscover… the treasure in your chest.

Loving Now By Anamika

In this book, Anamika shares with us twelve life-changing years that profoundly shifted her from seeking love, to falling in love, to the expansiveness of Loving Now. We walk with her down her spiritual path to learn how she grew from taking life so seriously to one of sheer playful joy and lightness.

Anamika was born with a gift of transmitting resonant frequencies of love that catalyze profound change.

Through acceptance, compassion, humor and uncanny laser-like understanding, she makes the process of enlightening accessible to everyone. This includes embracing and integrating our often tender and vulnerable human nature.

Her background is multi-disciplinary, ranging from metaphysics, psychology, music and the performing arts, to sciences, and language.

She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Wellesley College, and after completing a non-traditional Ph.D. in Psychology, graduated from the four-year healing arts program at the Barbara Brennan School of Healing.

Anamika leads workshops internationally, has appeared on many television and radio shows, and is an author.

She has been guiding people for over 35 years in private sessions and intensives, classes and workshops, in person, online, and by phone.

She lives in Malibu, CA.

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Pure experience & exploring the resonance of consciousness – Anamika

Published on Jul 22, 2014

Born in New York with the gift of an energy transmission of love, Anamika began her exploration of consciousness in early childhood.

In all aspects of her work, which initiates leaps in consciousness, she shares her personal discoveries. With compassion, humor, and keen understanding, she makes the processes of integrating and enlightening easily accessible.

Anamika’s background is multi-disciplinary: metaphysics, psychology, music and the performing arts, the sciences, and French. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Wellesley College, and after completing a non-traditional Ph.D. in Psychology from Columbia Pacific University, graduated from the four-year healing arts program at the Barbara Brennan School of Healing.

An international workshop leader and author, she has appeared on many television and radio shows and has been guiding people for over 35 years. Anamika lives in Malibu, CA.
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The Tao of Forgiveness: The Healing Power of Forgiving Others and Yourself by William Martin (Author)


Bestselling Taoist author William Martin brings the power of the Tao to the essential practice of forgiveness, creating a unique path from guilt, blame, and shame to peace of mind and freedom.

How do we forgive when forgiveness seems impossible? William Martin, author of the bestselling The Parent’s Tao Te Ching, provides practical and time honored answers. He weaves excerpts from the ancient sacred Taoist scriptures together with insightful teaching stories, bringing the practice of forgiveness to readers of all spiritual backgrounds. Each chapter contains two parts-a journey toward forgiveness and a practical exercise in forgiving-and also includes personal anecdotes, poems, and simple exercises.

With the devastating personal and societal damage caused by resentment, anger, guilt, and shame in mind, Martin patiently and compassionately helps readers overcome the ills of “holding on” with the openness of the Tao. In this accessible work, he illustrates how forgiveness is freedom and that the pathway to overcoming anger is also the way to spiritual liberation.

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William Martin is a best-selling Zen and Taoist author of four books. He and his spouse, Nancy, are the founders of The Still Point, a Taoist/Zen Center in Chico, California, where he conducts classes and workshops on Taoist and Zen thought and its application to parenting, aging, relationships and forgiveness.

The Love Letters: Saint Francis and Saint Clare of Assisi Meet Pope Francis by Bruce Davis (Author) [Updated July 8, 2014]

Who is Pope Francis and where is he leading the Church? To understand the impact of Pope Francis and his inspiration to the Catholic Church, indeed people of all religions, we turn to the two saints who are his inspiration, Saint Francis and Saint Clare of Assisi and the great love of their spirituality.

Eight hundred years ago when the Church had fallen into scandal and hard times, Saint Francis and Saint Clare lifted the Church to new life, new beginnings. Today the Church suffers the same crises. Today Pope Francis is looking at the heart full spirituality of Saint Francis and Saint Clare to lift the Church with less pomp and ceremony and more embracing the poor and unwanted. The Love Letters is the love story of Francis and Clare and the challenge for Pope Francis and the world to discover the same love in our hearts, our neighbor, nature, and all creation. The Love Letters is historical fiction. What if Saint Francis and Saint Clare were to meet Pope Francis? What would be their thoughts, dreams and hopes for a new Church?

The Love Letters is the mystical love discovered by two of the world’s greatest mystics long ago asking who is the new Pope Francis? Can he rebuild the Church into a living Church, a church less concerned with rules and order and more about forgiveness and compassion? In the silence of our hearts, in giving to those in need, Saint Francis, Saint Clare, and Pope Francis offer a new vision for us all to become instruments of true peace and joy.

Bruce Davis, Ph.D. has pursued the footsteps of Saint Francis and Saint Clare for many years. For twelve years he and his wife, Ruth, lived in Assisi, Italy the historic home of these remarkable saints. There they began the Assisi Retreat Center which was awarded one of the top ten meditation centers in the world by Travel Leisure Magazine and CNN. Recently, Bruce and Ruth opened Silent Stay, a new retreat center near Napa, California. Bruce is the author of several books including Monastery Without Walls, The Magical Child Within You, and Simple Peace-The Spiritual Life of Saint Francis of Assisi.

Bruce Davis,Ph.D. is the author of newly released: The Love Letters, Saint Francis and St. Clare of Assisi Meet Pope Francis. After formerly living in Assisi, Italy for twelve years, Bruce is presently offering meditation retreats, “Silent Stay” near Napa, California. Bruce’s retreats have been listed as one of the top ten meditation retreats in the world by Travel/Leisure Magazine and more recently CNN. Bruce is a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post with articles on the gifts of silence, meditation, Saint Francis, and Pope Francis. He welcomes and enjoys people to be in touch…www.SilentStay.com

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Saint Francis and Saint Clare of Assisi Meet Pope Francis – Bruce Davis, Ph.D. was trained as a psychologist but discovered early that true happiness is not possible without a meaningful spiritual life. Through the years he traveled and lived in many cultures in different parts of the world. But it was in Assisi, Italy, the historic home of Saint Francis and Saint Clare, that he found a peace and inner path which seemed universal in its language and presence.

In Assisi, pilgrims from every part of the world, of all religions find a spirituality that speaks of simple peace. After years of bringing groups to Assisi, Bruce and his wife, Ruth, decided to live in Assisi. In the spirit of Saint Francis, they created The Assisi Retreat Center with altars to all the world’s major religions. Their center was given an official blessing by Pope John Paul. The Assisi Retreat Center was listed as one of the top ten meditation retreats in the world by Travel and Leisure Magazine.

More recently CNN listed the center again as one of the top ten meditation centers in the world. After many years of leading retreats, Bruce found the main ingredients for personal transformation included spending time in silence, nature, and heartfulness meditation. The peace and quiet of silence helps people to discover an inner presence in the heart that is lost by many in our busy world. Ruth has created a movement practice called Sacred Movement Ritual which is prayer through movement. Since creating the Assisi Retreat Center, Bruce and Ruth have started Silent Stay, a retreat center near Napa, California.

Bruce is the author of several books including: The Magical Child Within You, The Heart of Healing, Monastery Without Walls, My Little Flowers, The Calling of Joy, and Simple Peace-The Spiritual Life of St. Francis of Assisi. Bruce is also a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post. The Love Letters hopes to support the remarkable events happening with new Pope Francis, the Church, indeed the world, so many can come to know this love including its humility, service, and grace. For more information about Bruce’s and Ruth’s current activities visit their website at: http://www.SilentStay.com

Don’t Worry, Be Grumpy: Inspiring Stories for Making the Most of Each Moment by Ajahn Brahm (Author)

Publisher: Wisdom Publications (October 21, 2014)

Laugh aloud even as you look at life anew with these stories from the bestselling author of Who Ordered This Truckload of Dung?

In 108 brief stories with titles like “The Bad Elephant,” “Girlfriend Power,” and “The Happiness License,Ajahn Brahm offers up more timeless wisdom that will speak to people from all walks of life. Drawing from his own experiences, stories shared by his students, and old chestnuts that he delivers with a fresh twist, Ajahn Brahm shows he knows his way around the humorous parable, delighting even as he surprises us with unexpected depth and inspiration.

About the Author
After pursuing a degree in theoretical physics from Cambridge University, Ajahn Brahm, born in London as Peter Betts, headed off to a forest monastery in Thailand, where he studied under the famed meditation master Ajahn Chah for nine years starting in the mid 1970s. A Buddhist monk for over thirty years, he is now the abbot and spiritual director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia in Perth, and he is in demand worldwide both as a spiritual teacher and as a popular speaker. He is the author of Who Ordered This Truckload of Dung?, The Art of Disappearing, and Mindfulness, Bliss, and Beyond.

Four Ways of Letting Go

Straight from teaching a meditation retreat, Ajahn Brahm explores ways of letting go.

Return of the Prodigal Son ~ Tara Brach


Return of the Prodigal Son – Drawing on Henri Nouwen’s book that interprets this famous parable, this talk looks at the ways we cut off from loving awareness, and the process of homecoming. Our inquiry, reflections and a guided meditation focus on an essential and often overlooked element of transformation: our capacity to trust in love, to let love in.

Experiencing Spirituality: Finding Meaning Through Storytelling by Kurtz Ernest & Ketcham Katherine

From the authors of contemporary classic The Spirituality of Imperfection comes this long-awaited sequel.

A great master once said, ‘The shortest distance between a human being and truth is a story.’ In Experiencing Spirituality, Ernest Kurtz and Katherine Ketcham take readers on a journey through storytelling as a means of self-discovery. Recounting and interpreting great wisdom stories from all ages and all cultures, as well as telling many of their own, the authors shed light on such experiences as awe, wonder, humor, confusion, and forgiveness.

In story after story, seekers look to those whose lives reveal a special quality—sometimes called spirituality—and ask the masters what they must do to attain that same quality. The answer is simple: ‘Come, follow me, and see how I live.’ Experiencing Spirituality teaches through the example of human experience.

Ernest Kurtz received his Ph.D. in the history of American civilization from Harvard University in 1978. He taught American history and the history of religion in America at the University of Georgia and Loyola University of Chicago.

Katherine Ketcham is the cofounder and executive director of a grassroots nonprofit organization called Trilogy Recovery Community, which helps youth and their family members with alcohol and drug problems

Reflections – Ernie Kurtz – The Early History of Alcoholics Anonymous

Reflections – Introduction – Ernie Kurtz on the History of AA, Spirituality, Shame, and Storytelling ~ with Bill White.

William L. White, author of Slaying the Dragon: The
History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery in America

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Reflections – Ernie Kurtz – Introduction

Reflections – Ernie Kurtz – Chapter 1: The Early History of Alcoholics Anonymous

Reflections – Ernie Kurtz – Chapter 2: Spirituality

Reflections – Ernie Kurtz – Chapter 3: Shame & Mentoring

The Collected Ernie Kurtz – http://hindsfoot.org/ktcek1.html

Ernest Kurtz has been the outstanding thinker of the A.A. tradition’s second generation, the one who played a constant leadership role in pushing the movement towards the highest professional standards of history writing and supplied some of its most influential interpretive concepts.

His ideas are vitally important for anyone who wishes to understand A.A. history during the period following Bill Wilson’s death in 1971.

As a Ph.D. student at Harvard University in the 1970’s, he was the first researcher to be granted full access to the archives of Alcoholics Anonymous. The book that resulted,

Not-God: A History of Alcoholics Anonymous (1979), is still the classic work on early A.A. history.

His book on the spiritual life — Ernest Kurtz and Katherine Ketcham, The Spirituality of Imperfection: Modern Wisdom from Classic Stories (1992)

— is equally well known, and has also been an enduring best seller through the years since it appeared. His work on Shame & Guilt (orig. pub. 1981, rev. ed. 2007) has given a whole new depth to the discussion of those two vital recovery issues.

Part 3: A Forgiving Heart ~ Tara Brach


Published on Mar 6, 2014

Part 3: A Forgiving Heart
Anger is an intelligent emotion, a natural part of our evolutionary design that lets us know when we are endangered or impeded in our progress. But when it locks into ongoing resentment and blame, our heart becomes armored and we lose access to a wholeness of being. This talk explores forgiving as a process of relaxing our armoring and awakening a healing compassion for ourselves and others.

Alice Sommer Herz – Everything is A Present [Updated March 2, 2014]

World’s oldest known holocaust survivor dies aged 110 in London: Alice, who played piano in concentration camp, appeared in Oscar-nominated short film about her life, that won the 2014 Oscar Academy Award.

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Alice Sommer Herz is thought of with affection by hundreds of thousands of people in the world as both a sage and a saint. Her wisdom is evident in almost everything that she says. Her saintliness is seen in her almost unique tolerance and her compassion. She has the true gift of forgiveness. “Life is beautiful, love is beautiful, nature and music are beautiful. Everything is a present.” Alice Sommer Herz

Alice Somer Herz – 108 Year Old Holocaust Survivor – Interviewed by Bernard Hiller

Bernard Hiller interviews Alice Somer Herz who was an inmate of the The Terezin concentration camp. She was a very accomplished pianist who played Chopin’s 24 etudes from memory. She lost her parents and and her husband during the war. Her son who, because a successful musician (who died 2001), survived the camp with her as well.
She believes that being “optimistic” is the most important quality to achieve a happy life. She currently lives in London and is the oldest Holocaust survivor.

Filmed on location in London, UK
4th December, 2011

Oldest Living Pianist, Holocaust Survivor, Alice Herz-Sommer – 109 years old

Published on Sep 11, 2013

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The Lady in Number 6 is one of the most inspirational stories ever told. 109 year old, Alice Herz Sommer, the world’s oldest pianist and oldest holocaust survivor, shares her views on how to live a long happy life. She discusses the vital importance of music, laughter and having an optimistic outlook on life. This powerfully inspirational video tells her amazing story of survival and how she managed to use her time in a Nazi concentration camp to empower herself and others with music. See the entire documentary at:

Forgiving The Unforgivable: The True Story of How Survivors of the Mumbai Terrorist Attack Answered Hatred with Compassion by Master Charles Cannon (Author) , Neale Donald Walsch (Afterword) , Eckhart Tolle (Foreword)

In November, 2008, Pakistani Muslim terrorists attacked Mumbai. The 5 Star Oberoi Hotel was one of their targets. The Oberoi was also where M.C. Cannon, leader of the Synchronicity Foundation for Modern Spirituality in Virginia, and 24 of his associates were staying. Four in the group were wounded and two were killed. When rescued by SWAT teams and interviewed by the press, Synchronicity survivors expressed immediate compassion and understanding towards the terrorists. During interviews and press conferences following the attack, they repeated words of forgiveness, not accusation. This ignited an international tsunami of stunned curiosity and thousands of e-mail messages and phone calls flooded in. “I am inspired by your response.” “How did you get to be the way you are?” And, “How can I learn to do that?” This book is a response to those inquiries.This book uses the Mumbai siege as a context for a revolutionary explanation of what true forgiveness really is and how to live the Holistic Lifestyle in a state of awareness where true forgiveness becomes instinctive.

Master Charles Cannon is a modern spiritual teacher and founder of Synchronicity Foundation for Modern Spirituality. Over the past thirty years he has developed the High-Tech Meditation and Holistic Lifestyle experience. His work has helped transform the lives of millions worldwide who respect him as one of the truly innovative spiritual teachers of our time.

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Table of Contents

Foreword Eckhart Tolle ix

Acknowledgments xiii

Introduction xv

Part I The Principles of the Holistic Model 1

1 An Experience Whose Time Has Come 3

2 The Seeds of Transformation 21

3 I Am… All is… One 47

4 The Holistic Model of Reality 67

5 Balancing Your Multi-Dimensional Consciousness 91

6 Death Follows Birth… Life is Eternal 111

Interlude 137

Part II Practicing the Holistic Lifestyle 143

7 Meditation-The Ultimate Balancing Technique 145

8 Who Would You Be Without Your Stories? 169

9 The Holistic Lifestyle 191

10 Trust and Watch 219

11 Your Human Broadcast System 243

12 Grace and Miracles 259

Epilogue 276

Afterword Neale Donald Walsch 287

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Consumed with anger the world is an ugly place.

Published on Feb 22, 2014

Master Charles discusses a quote from Taitetsu Unno in his contemplation for the week. Watch this video to help understand and apply the wisdom to your daily life. Please subscribe and give a thumbs up if you like the video and share the love.

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When God dwells in all living beings, then why do you hate others?

Master Charles discusses a quote from Swami Sivananda in his contemplation for the week. Watch this video to help understand and apply the wisdom to your daily life. Please subscribe and give a thumbs up if you like the video and share the love.

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Ram Dass 2013 Interview

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