We’re not here simply for ourselves. We’re here for the greater community of all beings.
We each contribute to the welfare of all beings. ~ Adyashanti
Presence is a mysterious thing in a certain sense, at least when we reflect upon it. When we experience it, it’s not mysterious, but when we reflect upon it, it’s quite strange. We think of presence as a feeling, and in a sense it is a feeling, a tone—the way an environment feels, for instance. But it’s more than a feeling, especially when we start to awaken certain dimensions of presence within ourselves. Then it’s something that’s more immediate. The feeling is a byproduct . . . READ MORE
If you’ve ever taken a hot bath at the end of an exhausting, arduous, or hectic day, you probably have had the sense . . .READ MORE
The challenges we face, and that the world faces, are too great for us to think of spirituality primarily in personal terms . . .READ MORE
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By Sonja Doyle
I felt called to host an Adyashanti group in my country after attending my third silent retreat with Adya in 2016, to bring a small contribution to the Sangha by providing a space in my home for regular gatherings and to meet local followers of these teachings.
It took two years to set up the first meeting—some seeds need time to germinate. . . .
“The Peace Room Project is a platform for spreading and encouraging peace, both within ourselves and in the world at large; a platform for engaging others to share and participate in their own journey of manifesting more peace and love in a world that seems to be very much in need of peaceful, wise, and loving ways of living and engaging in this precious life.” ~ Adyashanti
Adyashanti and Mukti broadcast live video programs regularly from our studio, the “Peace Room” and are watched by thousands all over the world.ADYA | MUKTI
You can learn more about the history of our recording studio, as well as the inception of our “Peace Room Project” by visiting our Peace Room Project page.READ MORE
Visit our Peace Room Project Facebook page for daily quotes of inspiration about dealing with the world, each other, and ourselves in a peaceful and loving way.READ MORE
Adyashanti has invited some of his students to share the Dharma with others. Visit their links to learn about them. For more information, you may call or email them directly.SEE ALL RESOURCES