Watch this video to discover why! Welcome to the first episode of Spiritual Sofa with Cindy Teevens, a candid conversation where spiritual seekers find answers.
You might know Fluffy from previous videos, or from my first book, Alchemy. Years ago, he interrupted me in the middle of my suffering, dramatically teaching me the difference between the story (or movie in the mind), and reality–and how to wake up out of it.
You do have a built-in guidance system … The first step is beginning to discern what is ego, and what it is not. So when is it ego? I’ve put together a quick reference flowchart; an ego identification kit to help you get started.
What does here and now mean? What is unconsciousness? Cindy touches on these and describes falling in love with love and joy, and how that dissolved all her problems, and ultimately her problematic false self.
Ever wonder why you feel, act, or react the way you do? Ever want it all to be different? So did I. It is possible.
Your whole life everyone, including your parents, siblings, friends, school, church, songs, news, movies, etc. have all been telling you who to be, or who you are. Of course, nothing they say matters, until…
Cindy covers dealing with the ego & degeneration of thought, while a guest asks if she is speaking about us being all one. The subject then leads to separation, God, Self-realization, and what she calls the “direct seeing.”
Some people think that “…this thing called ego is just the “bad stuff” you don’t like about yourself–and not your very self…You are not who you think you are.”
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.
No. Thoughts are powerless, harmless, in and of themselves. Left along they can come and go because they only have a momentary existence, and no reality.
Thoughts are powerless
The brain’s job is to offer you thoughts, as options, not as mandatory, and it does a brilliant job of that, automatically churning out 40,000 thoughts a day, it is said. But you don’t believe them all, nor are you even aware of them all. So thoughts cannot “make” you suffer. Only when you
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