A guided meditation with spiritual teacher Adyashanti.
If you’re familiar with Tolle, then Adyashanti is someone you’ll like. I’ve listened to “Spontaneous Awakening” a few times already.
Adyashanti‘s nondual teachings have been compared to those of the early Zen masters and Advaita Vedanta sages.
Adyashanti: What is your relationship to that endless stream of thoughts in your head? Do you take them to be yours?
Adyashanti: Have you noticed that all the ways we try to make ourselves feel better don’t seem to work in the long run? Treating the symptoms is not the answer-only at the root level does change occur.
Adyashanti: “How can you meditate in a way that is authentic and useful in terms of awakening to your true nature?
by Adyashanti: What you are now stands before me immortal and true.
by Adyashanti: True meditation has no direction or goal. It is pure wordless surrender, pure silent prayer.
by Adyashanti: “Through the process, there was a deeper, more extraordinary dissolution of the egoic self than I had previously experienced.
by Adyashanti: The revelation of Oneness brings a great peace and rest at the center of our being.