Buddha at the Gas Pump Interviews Cindy

Cindy was interviewed by Rick Archer on

Buddha at the Gas Pump

on March 11, 2017, 11 am Eastern


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Q & A about the interview…

You say it was not suffering that opened up Katie and Eckart yet it appears to me very obvious that it was – and yourself. Once the suffering cracks the armor of the mind, something (the mind?) seems to say that it is not needed. I’ve had that experience before. I think that is the innocence of arrogance speaking. 

I’m curious how you mean?

Yes, it was not the suffering, ultimately. People can suffer their whole lives and just get more bitter and hardened, or die by suicide. So we cannot attribute this to suffering.

It is surrender. Surrender of your self. Whether it is suffering or joy that leads you to this opportunity does not matter. Joy or suffering can lead you to this cross-road, but cannot make you take the leap.

Suffering is never needed. You only suffer until you don’t. It’s optional. (Using Alchemy, nobody need suffer. And, not suffering is not awakening.)

You must surrender yourself because you are the split, what appears to create duality, and self-and-other, the world, and God. If you disappear, the rest of the appearance of separation disappears; the “others” that appeared, disappear. The only reality that ever was, the single Self, remains.

Cindy

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