Embodied Nondual Consciousness
We are all born with an essential nature we can still feel now as an unchanging presence of being. This inborn nature, or essence, is what I call the “unchanging-self.” It lies beneath the projections, artifices, and limitations that result from emotional injury and suffering. The unchanging self is innate and a constant aspect of ourselves that we can readily access within our body. With practice, we find that we can experience both emotional independence (sovereignty) and profound connection simultaneously. I will guide you, combining “embodied nondual meditation,” Western psychology, and relationship counseling, resulting in a body-centered process of emotional growth and awakening.
Wholeness: The co-existing of two selves
As we refine our senses in meditation our “unchanging-self” can be easily felt as a body experience. By contrast, our “evolving-self” is ever-changing and is shaped by our experiences and relationships. In meditation we find that both dimensions of self can co-exist in "divine embrace," broadening our perspective, awakening wholeness.
Benefits of the Nondual Experience
Uncovering a nondual awareness of our “unchanging-self” helps us navigate limiting distortions and beliefs. Emotions stem from our nervous system's responses, while our unchanging-self remains steady. When we are disconnected from our unchanging-self, we often feel lost or unsure and unable to be fully authentic. By awakening to our unchanging-self, it becomes possible to engage in relationships without getting entangled in defenses and projections that obstruct the flow of genuine contact. Spiritual awakening illuminates our life.