Thank you for this opportunity to share two gems with you:
Rupert Spira, a wonderful and elegant artist with Words and sensitivity:
Dr. Bill recommended him last year at CSA.
Roger Castillo, with a very practical teaching, for people who enjoy analytical thinking:
- He asks: what do we really want?
- His suggested answer: Happiness in daily living, independent of circumstances.
- In the last analysis we all seek Happiness, no matter what path, aim or background.
- Happiness is simply the absence of suffering (Buddha’s teaching).
- Our suffering is attitudinal, and can drop away when we understand the mechanism how we create it.
- Happiness is not to be found in the flow of life.
- The flow of life is either pleasure or pain.
- Pain is circumstantial, maybe unfortunate, but it is not really the problem.
Roger currently shares daily Live Satsangs on Zoom from 6:00 AM ~ 7:30 AM.
All of this without attachment in regard to your resonance.
I listened to both, on Youtube, for years, uncounted times; it is really quality content. I acknowledge that we are all seemingly unique in our human expression and specific needs.
PS: Not to overload you — our seeking can become an obstacle in itself — but allow me to share a simple, beautiful, and profound meditation from my beloved Mooji.
All three — Rupert, Roger and Mooji — pointing to the One Presence in which we all live, move and have our Being: I AM.
Amazing how our own (misunderstood) mental activity/identity can veil what we long for, are seeking, and which is always here and now: Love and abundance.
Three Dolpins @ Monterey Bay: