Mar 23, 2020
Over the last two episodes, we’ve been talking about the internal conflict we feel between growth and comfort, between “I don’t wanna” and “I wanna” — and we’ve established that these conflicts are man-made, not some inherent aspect of being.
The easiest way to see the conflict for what it is, two sides of the same coin, is to develop a healthy obsession with whatever you’re conflicted over… but developing that obsession is not, in and of itself, an easy thing to do.
However, there is a path of inquiry you can follow to get there: you can get obsessed with curiosity, you can get engaged with disengagement.
Also, I’m excited to announce the next upcoming live course called “Meditation For Awakening: How To Get With Reality” that begins April 16. Meditation has never before been so popular, but when things get popular they tend to become dilute.
Meditation offers more benefits than I can name here. It reduces stress, can eliminate anxiety and depression, and when done correctly gives you X-Ray vision into the truth.
But the way most people meditate is like visiting a new country and never leaving the airport, and they especially miss out on that X-Ray vision. What’s the impact of not being able to see the truth? Just the vast majority of your problems, that’s all.
If you’ve been listening to my webcasts, you’ve experienced that I have a unique way of getting to the heart of things. That’s the X-Ray vision meditation has given me, and there’s a version of it waiting for you to have as well. Will you let me help you find it? What will your version of deep wisdom and insight look like? I really want to know, don’t you? It’s closer than you think.
Are you intrigued? To learn more go to clearandopen.com/meditation-for-awakening
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