Now and then it’s good to take a moment to accept the feelings you’re experiencing because feelings change faster when they’re accepted. Change that comes from accepting feelings is guided by an inner compass that has a far greater sense of what is right than our conscious minds.
This is also good to do just before doing an RHS (for those of you who know that practice).
Your originally pure, empty nature (“I exist”) cannot be disputed. In its pure state, the essential knowing nature of mind is pure knowing, but without “knowledge.” It is like a radiant void that spontaneously, intrinsically, and mysteriously knows. When you discover this, and you strengthen your recognition and conviction about it, something changes in the organism—a re-wiring, or purification, happens. The more empty and pure your perception becomes, the more naturally and automatically you are able to recognize the indivisible power that is manifesting itself as you. In this video, Bentinho encourages you to practice direct investigation so that your sense of perception will purify itself and become more transparent to the way things are—actually and indisputably.
Bentinho’s teachings contain the essence of all major spiritual paths but zero in on what works and ignore what does not.
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