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In these two specially-selected retreat talks, Adyashanti explores the kind of aloneness and openness that is inherent in the journey of true spiritual autonomy. In the first talk, he reveals how a truly autonomous being is rooted in a deep state of aloneness. Paradoxically, it is only when we are completely at home within the deep well of aloneness that we actually encounter our absolute connection with all of existence.
In the second talk, Adyashanti provides his insights on Walt Whitman's poem, "Song of the Open Road." He emphasizes that it is only when we actively rebel -- without violence -- against our patterns that we can truly step onto the open road of the unknown and discover the great freedom in life's unfolding.
Topics from Talk #1:
The Unseen Presence of Being
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