How does one meditate and self-inquire in a way that is truly transformative? These two talks, given at Mukti's May 2011 Shambhala retreat, explore essential attitudes and approaches to meditation and inquiry that can deliver you to the root of being, which naturally awakens, transforms, and flowers as our direct experience of living.
Key Topics Include:
- Yin & Yang Aspects of Meditation & Inquiry
- Meditation as a Gateway to Stillness
- Intimate Looking
- Queries of Consciousness
- How to Ask "Who Am I?"
- Being Delivered to the Root
Quotes from This Album:
"If there's meditation without inquiry, there is no flowering."
"Inquiry need not be a question but can be an attitude towards what is arising."
PLEASE NOTE: These recordings are excerpted from the complete 12-download set titled, "Retreat with Mukti, Vol. 2 - Shambhala May 2011" from Cafe Dharma's Audio Library. ID:#244. This 2-CD album is also available as a 2-download set (MP3) from Cafe Dharma's Audio Library. ID:#243.
Recorded during the Shambhala Mountain Center retreat in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, on May 23-24, 2011.
Learn more about Mukti at www.muktisource.org.
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• The Experience of No Self
• A Shift of Perception
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