In which Mooji gives us a nondual re-interpretation of the Lord’s prayer .. and refers to God as both Mother & Father ..
Hey y’all. I am so behind in updating this blog. Life has been quite busy. Lots of travel to report on and fabulous experiences with friends and family. Over the past few months, I enjoyed a wonderful trip to the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Delft, the Hague), excursions to the Hudson valley, New England (Massachusetts and Maine) as well as jaunts to New York City (where, among other things, I had the pleasure of meditating in Time Square, enjoying amazing vegan meals, being moved by musical and dance performances and meeting Savion Glover..) And then there was last week’s retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh, where, along with a group of friends — and about 1500 other buddies – we sat just a few feet away from him as he gave a Dharma talk and later led us in walking meditation. It was an incredible day – and my second visit to Blue Cliff Monastery. Lots of pictures coming soon. I hope. Maybe. I’m on sabbatical right now and have my hands full with writing articles and book chapters for my tenure file. But as soon as I can, I’ll post those pictures. They’re beautiful.
But before I can properly update you, I’ll be fluttering away again — this time for a silent “retreat” with Mooji’s sangha. I’d planned on attending this in person at the retreat site in Portugal, but things changed. However, I am thrilled to report that I’ll be joining the group remotely, for a week long intensive. In between writing, data analysis, work and meetings, I’ll participate in the live satsangs and reflect on whatever it is that Consciousness wants to reveal to me at this time. I’m very excited. For the next 7 days, we’ll be minimizing social activity and focusing our attention on awareness.
I’ll see you on the other side . . .
Satsang with Mooji, from this past Sunday 7/14:
The highest teachings in Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity boil down to this simple truth: I am that I am and It is what It is. There’s really nothing else you need to know.
If you are unfamiliar with the Avadhut Gita, you may peruse it here.
“Your only problem is the eager self-identification with whatever you percieve.” – Nisargadatta