Password to Seattle Nov’18 Videos Given Out in Zoom Meetings Next Week
WHAT THIS SITE IS ABOUT: Here we use Live Zoom Meetings to share our reflections of Shahabuddin’s recent work with us. We start Zooms soon after a seminar while the feelings and intentions are still fresh in us. Anyone can join; no payment necessary.
JOIN US ON ZOOM: Zoom is an easy to use group video conferencing format. Near the time of the meeting, just click on the Zoom Link below and follow the simple prompts.
LIVE ZOOM DATES:
MONDAY NOV 26th 7:30pm PST
TUESDAY NOV 27th 7:30pm PST
Meetings last about an hour
After these Zooms we may choose to create a continuing zoom support group.
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Sunday Nov 18 ~ The Bowl of Saki ~ The ALL of IT
Recent Shahabuddin Seminar Description
The Pathless Path / Personalizing Our Spiritual Path
Our conditioning and our habit structures often generate in us a connection with the known formal spiritual pathways that is artificial. In many cases, our formal path connects us with a conceptual perspective of the spiritual world. Instead of offering us freedom, it inhibits access to our actual inner experience, as well as our access to the spontaneity that is so critical for the discovery of a true spiritual path.
In so many instances, I am seeing that many of us create an inner path that retains the imprint, or influence, of our body, our mind, and our ego. We do this individually, internally, and unconsciously, and it impedes or restricts our attainment of true spiritual freedom, thus blocking our capacity for a relationship with the true spiritual path.
It is critical for us that we have no regrets when we leave this world. Regrets are a statement of inner pain, and they inhibit the real spiritual freedom. God can only walk on this earth through us: we are the living instruments. We need to be grounded in the body, with consciousness in our feet as well as our hearts and our awareness. This is the essence of the true spiritual path.
In this seminar, we will look at personalizing our path beyond our inner and outer habit structures. Each individual is unique. Our personal path may or may not include a formal path, or aspects of formal paths. We will focus on accessing our own inner wisdom to know what tools and knowledge we need. We will experience our own spiritual pathway not as a conceptual construct but in the inner domains where God really does operate in both directions.
If you wish to come to this seminar, come with faith that you can be free, and our collective community, as well as Shahabuddin, can catalyze the process.
Shahabuddin late summer 2018