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Relationship Consequences


     There are a variety of profound personal and relationship consequences to embodied nondual meditation. Our work together supports you to face the obstacles to developing embodied spiritual awareness, such as boundary problems of merging or of rigidly disconnecting from others to keep your autonomy. Most of us have some degree of relationship trauma that gets in the way.

     As you cultivate embodied nondual consciousness you grow a heightened felt sense of your internal experience as a unique individual as well as a sense of spiritual oneness with life around you. This experience allows you to approach your relationship with other(s) (person, substance, food, bad habit) without losing integrity and sense of wholeness.

      Your sensory life becomes a messenger that leads you to a tangible experience of your "unchanging-self" as a "deity with substance" (saguna Brahman), your Buddha nature that all people share. This is your guide and “Guru.” With this as an awakened body experience, your chronic tension, cut off emotions and feeling of aliveness, can be felt, explored, resolved and released. The qualities of your nondual "unchanging-self" become a reliable inner reference that supports you to be more resilient and able to cope with intense life experiences. 

      As we work together, you will come to recognize that when you feel connected to the nondual states of your being, your most challenging habits of mind and body related to your injuries are replaced by spontaneous behaviors of aliveness arising from your core body experience. Here, fear is replaced by trust, anger is replaced by calm strength, shame is replaced by value, heart break becomes true love. You become a grounded presence that is full and naturally radiant. This has a direct positive influence on all your most significant relationships. 


                                                 For more on Relationship Consequences see Spiritual Benefits

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