How are you?
I am good 🙂 Currently, I am repeating the Vortex Healing class ‘Awakening to Divinity’ and it is Ric Weinman’s Birthday (the Vortex founder and teacher of this class).
As requested, here is the quote from Neem Karoli Baba (translated by one of his closest devotees), which I read during the last group session. The timing feels so right, because this avatar happens to be Ric’s Guru :-
I am like the wind
No one can hold me
I belong to everyone
No one can own me
The whole world is my home
All are my family
I live in every heart
I will never leave you
The next fortnightly Free Online Group Healing is this Wednesday 7th October at 1pm BST. Here is the link with which to book:-
We will gather together to explore surrendering separateness. To explain what I mean by this and to support a broader understanding of the awakening embodiment evolution, I will share something from the class I am currently taking.
Ric took us through an exceptionally beautiful guided meditation yesterday, while the ‘transmission’ for ‘Awakening to Divinity’ was running through him. If you are wondering what the name of the class means, I hope that my sharing will also go some way to answering that. As I went deeper in meditation, I felt touched by Divinity in such a direct way…that I was brought to tears. Following this, there was suddenly a rushing energetic shift (akin to a shock) throughout my system. Next, panic and terror began to release from within (pertaining to my core conditioning) and that was accompanied by a spontaneous breathing release, and by shaking. As the panic and terror released, I saw that they were at the root of all my other emotions. This embodied perception set me free, completely, from the grip of these other emotions, and also from projection and blame in way that was spontaneous and organic.
Then came some profound realisations, not as ideas, concepts or insights, but as something far far more real than that. I fell deeper in meditation, to the point where I sensed the remaining separateness inside with total clarity. In this clarity, I recognised that separateness is actually created – from within. I saw how this fictional separateness was animating the conditioning, literally giving it ‘realness’ which it didn’t actually have.
Not only was the conditioning not real, but the separateness itself (which is much deeper – being the origin point – primary) wasn’t real either. What I was ‘left with’ so-to-speak, was Divinity. Previously, Divinity had still been experienced as somewhat ‘outside’ in a subtle way, for example in Amma. But now it revealed itself as what I am. The appearance of a subtle boundary between ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ dissolved. This was not an experience, it was beyond. There is a totality to Divinity which may be impossible to convey in words.
Now, I must to bed. See you soon,