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What is this sense of self that is not defined by form, yet continues to express itself through a diversity of forms? In this enlivening satsang that explores both pre-awakening and post-awakening topics, Mukti invites us into a completely different way of listening and sensing that leads us beyond the edge of who we take ourselves to be. She shows how to coax this threshold forward so that we become grace-prone to the conscious knowing of our innate and mysterious nature. This satsang begins with a deeply revealing guided meditation.
Key Topics Include:
- Unfiltered Listening
- Beyond the Boundary of Feeling
- Questions for Direct Knowing
- Getting in the Boat of Truth
- Can the View Be Stabilized?
- The Peace Within Suffering
Quotes from This Album:"Awareness doesn't close off to any experience -- and therein lies the hint that maybe there's an aspect of your being that is essentially undivided already."
"Our undefinable nature is not only the source of this moment but also what you are."
"If you rest at the edge of what you take yourself to be, then the sense of aware being can bloom to such an extent that its innate aspect is felt as a richness in your experience, and it curbs the experience of suffering."
PLEASE NOTE: This CD album is also available in download format (MP3) from Cafe Dharma's Audio Library. ID:#430.
Recorded in Tustin, CA on August, 6, 2010.
Learn more about Mukti at www.muktisource.org.
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