If you would like to attend the next Free Online Group Healing, it is this Wed 24h August @ 1pm BST. NB: please attend only if you can remain on Zoom for the duration (1hr). Here is the link you need for booking :-
Please note that you need to pre-book. You can also book as many Groups as you like in advance.
Please feel free to invite people to the Groups via this booking link. If they would like to receive this newsletter, a message to me via WhatsApp, Telegram or regular text containing their email address is good.
For Private Sessions with me, here is the link. You will receive an email (or text if you request this when booking) with which you can rearrange or cancel up to 24hrs before the start time, if you wish :-
I request that you do not contact me about rearranging, cancelling or scheduling: please utilise the email from Calendly for this. It may end up in your spam / junk box, so please check.
NB: lateness, no-showing, cancelling / rearranging less than 24 hrs in advance of the session time will result in you being charged in full.
I had a sweet request from one of you during the last session, to include the passage I read from Adyashanti’s book ‘Sacred Inquiry’. Here it is for your enjoyment 🙂
“What allows this ultimate letting go, this unreserved surrender? Of course there can be no formula, no way to let go. I am sitting here in my living room, late at night, writing this response to you. You are here with me as I am there with you, and I can feel that in the deepest place within you is the complete willingness to let go completely; it has already let from before the beginning of time. Yet here you are wondering what can bring about this letting go. Such is the final paradox.
You cannot do it because it has already been done, but you must still find this letting go within yourself, allow it to bloom and flower completely.
What a divine paradox, to find a letting go that has let go from before the beginning of time. We do not do the letting go as much as we embrace it, give everything without reserve to it. It is a matter of love, is it not? And it is the courage to die for what we love, to give everything without holding back, without reserve, without expecting anything in return, not even a better life or a better experience.
Our deepest desire is for truth or God, is it not? And not just for how God can be experienced by self, but how God is experienced by God – something neither the ego nor self can ever know. The infinity of the infinite will always be experienced as annihilation to self when self comes to its own boundary and imagines what is beyond it.
Love truth, love the infinite, love God, with all your heart. Do not love your experiences of truth, but rather love truth as it is within itself. Take leave of yourself; flow out from yourself completely in all things. We all must die into life out of love, and thus embrace life lived beyond all self. We must become what we already are and let go into what has never held on.
How do you breathe? You just breathe. How do you embrace this letting go? You just embrace it. It’s like breathing out, continually. It’s an emptying out of all uneccessary ‘selfing’.” (Pg 118 – 119)