Mooji: Stay As The Witness And Everything Becomes Smooth And Clear (Tweedledum)
Swami Sarvapriyananda: The Ultimate Truth (Lisa)
The Cure: Hello Goodbye (Chit)
For Judy: Roger Castillo’s Satsang 03/26
What do I really want?
Every meeting at the Garden Of Friends is different.
“What do I really want” is an amazing inquiry, to come out from the sticky trap of me-thinking and me-feeling.
What I really want, in the last analysis, is Peace Of Mind In Daily Living; this insight is a subtle, powerful and highly practical bs-meter, here and now; to effortlessly relax the old compulsive thinking and feeling on behalf of an assumed separate-self.
“Me” is the past, “I am” is fresh; the paradox is that both are of the same substance.
Any expectation implies the absence of what is expected.
We cannot practice becoming who we are, but we can inquire into the nature of mind and demystify the me-chanism of suffering. Suffering can effortlessly drop when we see the “me”-investments in our thoughts, feelings, words, deeds.
Who am I? Is not a struggle, but being home.