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  • As long as we think there is something to get (or something we’ve gotten that we need to hold onto, or identify with, or remain ever-mindful of), we will suffer. When it is recognized that there is literally nothing to get and no one to get it, that is freedom.
    Joan Tollifson
  • There are no awakened people. There is only boundless being, ever-present and ever-changing -- unavoidable and impossible to not be. There is nothing that is not the Truth.
    Joan Tollifson
  • Whenever we feel confused or doubtful, it's a clue that we are lost in thoughts, trying to solve imaginary problems.
    Joan Tollifson
  • Instead of trying to get somewhere, or attain something, or get rid of something, what if we simply stop and notice how it is, right here, right now?
    Joan Tollifson
  • Our thoughts, interests, intentions and actions appear here in the same way that the breath, the wind, the clouds, the trees, and the galaxies appear here—the turbulent, stormy, overcast weather is as integral to this happening as the calm, clear, sunny weather, and none of it is really a problem.
    Joan Tollifson
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Events with Joan invite an open and direct exploration of the living reality Here / Now. Joan points to the unbroken wholeness or boundless awareness that is our True Nature, and to the mirage-like nature of the separate self. She emphasizes that liberation can only happen Now, and only in the immediacy of presence, beyond concepts and beliefs. Gatherings typically include silence, a talk and an opportunity for questions and dialog. Joan’s bare-bones approach is simple, direct and down-to-earthAshland, Oregon, United States

Waking Up Now

25
Places

Events with Joan invite an open and direct exploration of the living reality Here / Now. Joan points to the unbroken wholeness or boundless awareness that is our True Nature, and to the mirage-like nature of the separate self. She emphasizes that liberation can only happen Now, and only in the immediacy of presence, beyond concepts and beliefs. Gatherings typically include silence, a talk and an opportunity for questions and dialog. Joan’s bare-bones approach is simple, direct and down-to-earthAshland, Oregon, United States

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