The morning dyad this time began with the enthusiastic sharing of the dreams that occurred during sleeping contemplation. Words were flying this and that way as participants related their dream experiences. Then the room dropped into silence as the last of the dream worlds dissolved into the vastness of space.
It's been a very good morning with much progress made by all participants some of whom have been climbing, clawing and clamoring to the Mountain Top of Awakening. Another seeker of Truth came back from the morning walking contemplation all aglow. She found her way to the Mountain Top and to her Home. She beamed as she related her spaciousness and open heart.
Everyone is making their way through a variety of mental, emotional, physical and spiritual landscapes. Some have found tears of sadness, neglect and loneliness. Some are exploring and exposing long held secret fears of being who they are. Others are finding an uncertain pleasure and sometimes pain in having a body. Others still are laughing their way hysterically to the Mountain Top. And everyone is deepening their contemplation on Truth and telling the truth about who and what they are.
The Enlightenment Technique is really not a complicated practice though the complicated and confused mind does make a struggle out of it. It's that way for most of us when we begin the practice. But certainly for those that persist making progress is a certainty.
I invite you to join us at home and share the journey to the Mountain Top of Awakening. Here's the practice.
"Tell me who you are." Take it to heart…receive my genuine request.
Now set out on the journey of intending to directly experience who you are. Be open to a direct experience. And while being open continue to keep your intention to directly experience yourself.
Oh, by the way, drop any preconceived ideas of who you are or aren't. Just stay open.