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  • There's a tendency to look outward to the objects of perception for solutions to our suffering. Turn inwards to the heart of experiencing itself, let go into the unknown. There's nothing more eloquent, nothing more freeing than the direct experience of your own nature, prior to any assumptions, beliefs or conditioning – just this moment, as it is.
    Imogen Webber
  • All remembrance ends in silence.
    Zahir Khan
  • The recognition of presence, of sacredness, comes in those moments when you actually feel just like you, that original, beautiful, open, unnamed fullness of who you have always been, and always will be. In this moment you understand at the most profound level that you are life expressing itself both uniquely and always.
    John Siddique
  • This unquestioning nature is before each idea, before any imprinting, before any notion of love and unity.
    Bernd
  • The Freedom is to realize to Be what-you-are and incidental the concepts can fall and dissolve, by your nature you are free
    Ronny Hiess
  • The way to bring what we want into being, is to be what we want to bring into being. Embody it, and breathe it into the world.
    Richi
  • The simple act of inward looking that we offer can bring about the reconciliation of each individual human mind with natural life, and it has the potential to bring about the reconciliation of the entire human species with itself.
    John Sherman
  • To move from the belief, I am something, to the understanding that I am nothing is a path of exclusion - I am not this, not this, not this. To move from the understanding that I am nothing to the all-embracing feeling-understanding that I am everything is a path of inclusion - I am this, I am this, I am…
    Rupert Spira
  • The realization of the "I am" is an advanced realization and many will stop here to enjoy living as the universal beingness. Only very few rare ones keep going past his lofty state and come to realize that even beingness is still a form of duality. This is sometime called the “The Great Death” or even "The Great Suicide" because to move past this stage, we need to give up the high identity as the universal "I am" and surrender to the final and terrifying realization that “there is nothing”. This “nothing” is not an absence but a “something” which is not a thing, pure awareness unaware of Itself. This is the only ultimate reality, the final step.
    Enza Vita
  • Don't be afraid to be intimate with your gnawing aloneness - it is in deep intimacy with aloneness that the heart is broken open and the impossibility of being alone is realised.
    Jeannie McGillivray
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We are creating a set of tutorials for using the Meeting Truth platform for nondualit and Advaita events, and will be adding to these over the comiong weeks; here are the first few:

 

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