10 am to 12 noon (Pacific Time - San Francisco, CA, USA)
Why do we dim the light of our knowing? Why do we give power away to authorities outside ourselves, forgetting that we hold access to direct knowing through the inherent intelligence of our own light of awareness? Perhaps now is the time to consider connecting to the power of self-direction and inner wisdom, a birthright with which we have all been graced, rather than keeping the light of self-knowing dimmed. Together we will explore the place from which self-knowing arises.
Recently featured in conversation with Adyashanti on Buddha at the Gas Pump, Susanne Marie offers teachings in support of freedom, and the celebration of our common essence of love and unity with all life. Her work is transformational and empowering, as she points to the remembering of That which we have always been, allowing truth to become ever more conscious of Itself through a human life. In Susanne’s words: “What freedom reveals is a vast cosmic body where all pain everywhere is felt, and where joy and peace are likewise known as One Self. You don’t get away from anything; you gain the whole of creation which contains all polarities and realities simultaneously.” Susanne lives in Northern California and offers spiritual mentoring to both individuals and groups.
“The more that “self” falls away, the more we sense an intimacy with existence, with one another, and with all that arises within us. We can thus meet life without defense, opening us up to a vast, nuanced, deeply felt, and rich tapestry of experience.”
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