A discussion community revolving around Eckhart Tolle but not limited to him
listening to Tom das, adyashanti and Scott kiloby they say awakening can almost be a disappointment
But when I stop everything and there's this emptiness and openness I straight away think what now? Maybe I have to rest as this , be this and the searching starts again.
I've had a handful of experiences where I feel totally connected timeless and free for
a few moments/minutes it feels beautiful and I realise that I have presumed that thAt was a taste of awakening but I think maybe they were peak experiences and it's maybe simpler than that ?
I guess I'm asking how much does awakening have to do with understanding awakening ?
. I realise that I am this space, it feels a little strange, like too normal.
I see that there's just this openness and that's what I am. It's feel pretty ordinary and not like a scary ego death.
Once you be seen through that idea of who you are, what happens next ? Do I need to keep confirming everyday that I'm not this identity.
How do you avoid getting to to associated with just this space and ignoring my identity or humanness. How do I embrace my true nature as this space which also includes my ego ?
try find this identity of Lucian and I can't find it
Certainly we can tell others what is meaningful for us, and certainly you can recommend to everyone that they read Swartz.
In fact, dij, I will refer people to your threads, too.
There is something between the lines of clear nondual writers that rings out - I think that is the reason that Eckhart Tolle is so popular.
I think i have this fear of my ego reclaiming its grip, although i feel i cant unsee what ive seen.
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