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The Direct Experience

The Direct Experience

One of the greatest gifts my teacher offered me, was the invitation to directly experience the Divine in every moment. Beyond dogma, philosophy, correct posture, asana practice, beyond knowing all the Buddhist and Hindu terms, the most important teaching is to directly experience the Divine here and now. In order to do this, we must first practically know how to unhook from our habitual minds, as our identity, and discover something quite greater. The instructions here are very simple, anyone has the ability to do this, yet most choose to stay in the confusing, painful and yet entertaining world of the mind. These steps are practical and will greatly change our lives if we apply them wholeheartedly. First and foremost, we must slow down. We will never unhook from our minds unless we slow down; our mind’s trance state is sustained through the belief in the movement of our thoughts. To unhook from this trance, we have to slow down, and choose to step back and observe what is here. We must be willing to observe that which is in our consciousness. We have to be willing to see that our thoughts, feelings, and sensations come and go within the space of our being.
The teaching is to stop, the habitual attachment to our own thoughts, beliefs, desires and simply notice the very presence in which these thoughts and feelings arise. What this practically means is that we feel—that we directly experience our very own presence. We can all do this. We can feel the aliveness in our hearts, in our chest, in our abdomen, and in the space, we call our mind. We can notice that this space is already perfect, already free, completely alive and beautiful. If we give ourselves to this shift in identity, out of our egoic nature and into the direct experience of our Being our lives will be forever changed.

By | 2017-02-08T09:59:02+00:00 February 4th, 2017|Categories: Mindfulness Based Counseling, Mindfulness-based Counseling|Comments Off on The Direct Experience

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