What is love? Love is the absence of judgment. A conversation on the Facebook Group Dear Self.
VIDEO: Cindy shares how suffering was suddenly transformed into and by love and joy, altering her life, and leading to a “direct seeing” in the woods. She describes how love and joy can be used to detach from needing or wanting worldy things, people, or events, and if pursued further, can lead to a direct recognition of Truth.
Considering Eckhart Tolle, and Byron Katie, it may appear that one has to suffer to awaken. But there have been sages who have awakened through love and devotion. What matters is not the suffering or the love that came before, but the surrendering. Surrender your resistance, surrender your very self, surrender your very existence…
There is only you, so what is it that you are actually seeing, knowing, hearing or sensing that you are imaging to be ego? Catch glimpse of it’s true identity and you will recognize yourself.
What is Self-realization? Self-realization does not mean everyone around you perceives you as warm and fuzzy. How they perceive and feel is their business. This is also true before Self-realization. Each is the master and authority of themselves. Otherwise what is the point of Self-realization? Warm and fuzzy does not mean someone else is realized; it means you are feeling warm and fuzzy.
How can I stop feeling invisible when I am with people? You are seeking answers to why you feel, act, and react the way you do, or maybe you are even questioning who you are. When the student is ready, the teacher appears (to appear). No matter where answers appear to come from–your mentor, a book, your friend, enemy, dog, or a tree–ultimately, they come from within, from your Self.
To my client who says “I am not you, I do not see” – that does not mean that you will always believe in yourself. I used to believe in myself. What is it to believe in yourself?…
QUESTION: “Why is your awakening realisation not shared by everyone, if such awakening reveals a perfect Oneness?”
VIDEO: Cindy addresses the limitation of love relationships, soulmates, the true source of love, the reality/unreality of the world via separation, who you think you are, three powers you were born with, fear of a future interview, the suffering of imagination, the happiness lie, suffering after someone’s death, the nature of thought, fear being unnecessary, daily death of the thinking mind.
Dear Self: I’ve been looking for an answer to this for ages. Anyone have an answer to “how does one find one’s purpose?” Nothing I’ve tried has worked so far.
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