Asheville Spirituality, Satsang, Meditation
A group dedicated to non-duality and awakening. GangaJi, Eckhart Tolle, Adyashanti, PapaJi. Regular satsang & silent-sitting meditation.
To be free of the endless commenting, reviewing, anticipating, and frequent chaos in the mind, a remarkably effective strategy is to shift the focus of awareness from thoughts and emotions into the immediate sensory experience of what is seen, heard and felt in the immediate here-and-now. Bring attention to your body and the physical world around you. Include in this special attention to the sensations of breathing. Do this for fifteen to thirty seconds and see if you don’t experience a…Continue
Question your beliefs, perspectives, ideas, feelings and inquire with a open heart into what manifests them. Allow them to un-manifest. What remains is stillness, presence and love. The is the natural state of who you are. Every moment provides you with the opportunity to wake up. You don't have to be on a mountain top to find what you need. All is already here and showing up in your regular life. The invitation is always here, always arising and pointing you within, pointing you…Continue
Happy February! I've just put up a new video post, "When the One Thing Going On Tells Itself the Truth," and there is a also recently written post, "No Practice, No Problem," as well as Letters from the Field and whatever else arose. It's also time to register for February's Sunday Satsangs. Come join us at AwakeningClarityNow.com. Peace...
Like most people, I find myself caught in repetitive thinking from time to time. It’s usually about something that I need to do in the future, and can be rather bothersome. For example, when I’m laying in bed thinking about something I think I need to do in the future. Obviously there are times when you may need to think ahead or plan, but we tend to get stuck in overthinking things that are really of no importance in the grand scheme of things. It may be helpful to ask yourself, “Can…Continue