Inspiration to help you find your own way
Inspiration to help you find your own way
I hope this post finds you well?
I’m home from my 6-day Bhava Spandana Program (BSP) with Sadhguru,( check out more here), 250 Isha foundation volunteers and 700 other participants from around the globe. We all did powerful spiritual practices and slept together (not that there was much sleep to be had) on cushion matts on the floor of the Mahima (pictured below).
Mahima (meaning Grace) is a 39,000 sq. ft free-spanning meditation hall – the largest of its kind in the western hemisphere. More than an impressive structure, Mahima is a potent sphere for self-transformation, the core of which is a powerful energy source that will be vibrant for nearly a thousand years.
Reverberating with fluid, feminine energies, Mahima facilitates the gradual movement of energy up the spine allowing those who sit inside to become meditative, effortlessly. Read full description here.
My experience in the presence of Sadhguru in the Mahima was very personal. It seemed we each came to the event in different stages of spiritual development and received what was needed for our enlightenment in this lifetime.
I was grateful that my commitment to spiritual practice and development prepared me for unabashed sensations of blissful crying and laughter. Liberation from the mind and body. It wasn’t easy, my physical body was able to do the work involved but I’ve felt the discomfort of it being stretched repeatedly for another week since returning, slowly coming back on-line. Mentally and emotionally feeling that I don’t know who I am. I’m experiencing a very subtle ego death, a quite disorienting and necessary purification. Courting the death of the out grown parts of myself by being willing to risk change. This is when I taste moments of great inner peace and stillness.
“Willingness is a radical practice, the taproot from which every other practice is nourished.”
I think being willing is a key for me; willing to commit to a spiritual practice and following through daily with my practice. With enough repeated practice and process of constantly dying (releasing old patterns) and being reborn in present moment without entering again into the habits, identifications and cycles of the mind I’ve experienced a strong and profound inner transformation. In the East, this is what is mostly defined as ‘enlightenment’.
My practice of willingness allowed me to align and receive Sadhguru’s offering of Bhava Spandana, an exuberant experience of unbounded love and joy that I now get to blossom more fully within me and around me!
My experience also enhanced my desire to serve all of you in deepening your connection to the Divinity that is you, within you and all around you. So that what ever comes your way you will know how to transform it into something beautiful.
“Every human being should have at least a simple spiritual process in their lives. If they have that, they will live and die well.“ Sadhguru
How’s your inner life?
Do you have a spiritual practice in place that supports you and that you support daily?
Do you have a process in place that helps you self-reflect and make the necessary shifts in perspective so that you may experience more ease, grace and freedom in all areas of your life?
Do you struggle with the commitment and willingness necessary to break old habits and instill new ones supporting your Best Self?
Do you want to taste moments of great inner peace and stillness?
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