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These are direct observations about the process often described as awakening.

Upon awakening all phenomena is seen as empty. There is a encompassing union with all expressions of life in form.

The ego is recognized , in self and others, as an artificial agency that is seeking for itself in internal and external phenomena.

It does so through continuous meaning making that informs and creates values and judgements, beliefs and ideologies, and by collapsing unaware into given biological blue prints.

The ego is an experiential movement that continuously seek to validate or invalidate the experience of itself and others.

This movement is an attempt to assume control and to secure safety and belonging. The ego is an ellusive phenomena that continuously feels and thinks it’s self a separate entity from the whole.

This movement obscure the immediacy of ‘Divine Presence’ that informs all expressions throughout creation .

The center of being, “in the light, of the light, the light”, has not been realized as a unified whole.

When freedom is realized in daily life it is recognized as a clear, relaxed, and compassionate presence that experience all aspects of the phenomena of ‘self and selves’ as  fleeting images on a cave wall.

Nothing is avoided and all is received. There is  freedom from the need to control outcomes and perceptions.

There is no need to seek for states happiness or joy to validate an experience that  is continuously being emptied.

There is a deepening into mystical union.

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About n h english

Natasha English is a Transpersonal / Nondual Therapist with a private practice in West Vancouver, BC. Since 2007 she has taken a psychosomatic approach to healing and personal development.
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