If a criminal kills someone, how would we explain our action in putting him/her in jail, or executing him/her, while we believe it is done by oneness?
This is the intro text to the article. It should make you want to read it...
"Can you please clarify the dynamics of subject and object and how they are one?"
"What do you mean that the body, world, thoughts and emotions are not real?"
In short, yes. All known human emotional suffering emerges from unconscious guilt...
From the emails I get there seem to be two problems about forgiveness: the fear of forgiveness, and the mind's inability to understand the concept.
Self-enquiry was a slow process with me. I would inquire but nothing would seem to happen. I persisted with the question "Who am I?"
When we recognize our true nature as Oneness then we see that there is only BEING. If you understand that then the rest is easy...
I have heard so often about the mystery of "I AM" - what is so mysterious about it?
The Spiritual life is about opening the heart to unlearning our values, beliefs and conditioning. It is not about learning something new but looking at what is here - now as it actually is!
Until we get to know our true Source Being then we unconsciously believe and make real everything that happens to us. It is like having your shadow chasing you and you run away from it only to have it chase you as well.
The psychology I have studied had to do with the human mind. It had to do with the 'becoming-process' and now, after years of study and training, I come across 'Being' as its opposite. I am confused. Can you clarify Being for me?
People are addicted to pornography, cell phones, TV watching, sex, relationships and various forms of comfort and pleasure seeking, why is this so pronounced?
You have sent out several hundred booklets on 'seeing the obvious truth' and the response was that many experienced shifts in consciousness through it. I read it but it didn't bring any shifts. Why is that, am I different?
What is the difference between gradual change in awareness and transformation?
I have been following your video clips and your booklets on your website. Could you please clarify what you mean when you say - "You have to go through the human before the Being awakens." Could you make it simpler for me to understand?
You talk about the 'Now' as if it was something exciting. I find it flat. Surely there must be something more than 'now!?
In your youtube videos you mention that seeing is all that's necessary for spiritual growth. I don't understand this - are you talking about physical seeing with the eyes or using that term as an esoteric meaning?
I have had several spiritual experiences in my life and I am grateful for having them as they given me moments of joy, however, they did not last and I am still back to square one. What gives?
You often talk about loving yourself but isn't that dualistic? I mean doesn't it have a selfish tinge to it?
This might seem like a strange question but I have been reading the teachings of many masters who say that life is a game and should be enjoyed. Can you share your feelings on this?
In your video-cam "Trinity -- The Unknown key to peace and freedom" you mention the conflict created between the conscious and subconscious mind. How do we align both so that there is no conflict?
You do sessions one-on-one following methods of hypnotherapy and yet you use the term 'Supersentience' as your practice. What is Supersentience?
I have seen your video "What is true feeling?" and I loved it. Now my question might seem foolish but I still have to ask, "How do I make myself feel without thought?"
Burt I guess my question/comment is that people that have had NDE (Near Death Experiences) always talk about keeping their "memory" and ability to remember who they are and recognize loved ones and all that. Do you really think you a person keeps that? According to Eckart Tolle and other spiritual teachers that is all gone. What do you think?
The following video-clip is an answer to the many questions that were disturbed by the statement in the booklet "There is only YOU!" that stated -- "You are 100% responsible for everything you see, experience and think."
"What is the most important thing I need to understand for spiritual clarity?"
I have allowed my anger but it is not healedâ€¦ I am so frustrated because the more I allow, the worse things get.
Throughout my readings of non-duality I have come across the writings stating that free-will and freedom of choice do not exist. Does this mean that all actions are pre-determined by Oneness? What about criminals and drug-addicts for example? Can't they just decide to stop doing what they are doing? Or is it this way because they have no choice in the matter and have to follow their 'script'? Could you please clarify these points?
I am just curious. In your booklet "The Secret of Knowing" which is given in your website, you emphasized reading it all, from start to finish, in one sitting. I hope you don't mind me asking, but why was that necessary?
How would you explain Oneness to someone like me who is totally caught in feeling separate?
There is a great confusion between thought and awareness. Some people believe that awareness emerges from mind or brain, others confuse awareness with attention. Can you make clear the distinction and what awareness really is?
I have watched your videos and read your scripts. I feel moved by them and something in me resonates to it all. Yet it is all new to me, is there a simple way to understand it all?
If life is basically spiritual, why is the world in such a mess?
I want to be spiritually awake. This want is driving me crazy since it is all I want.
I suffer panic attacks, depression and I am often feeling sad for no apparent reason. Can you help me?
I keep hearing about Awareness and then the word Consciousness in the same context, can you explain the difference?
What happens when the body dies? Is the dream of an individual reconfigured into alternate universes? Or does honestly no one know...even awakened "ones"?
You say "can you imagine never have been or never going to be"? I've never experienced either of those. However, the "idea" of never going to be creates great fear in many people. If it's never been "experienced", how does the "idea" or "thought" "of never going to be", or "cease being" come from? I know you will say "the ego", all fear comes form the ego, but why does the ego create that thought?
I have been practicing spiritual meditation, ritual and study for many years and yet how come I am not living what I know?
What chooses to be less ego and more witness? Does the ego decide, in essence being complicit with it's own demise? Is it the witness itself? that doesn't seem right as the witness just witnesses. So is there some other part of myself that "chooses" who is behind the wheel?
Do we get punished for our acts of greed, selfishness and need for power?
Is unconscious guilt a result of ignorance of our true nature or some indiscretion in this or past life?
I may seem a little forward but I am a very curious fellow. I would truly appreciate sharing what you have learned in your 30 years of conducting hypnotherapy sessions with hundreds of people one-on-one?
I listen to your talks and they are simple and effective; what makes you know what you know?
Help me to understand how seeing the ego-control heals it? What is it that brings the healing?
I heard somewhere that spiritual waking up is called the 3rd Listening. Could you elaborate on that?
I have heard so much about spiritual awakening but I still don't know what it means. I'm a novice, can you help me to understand?
I was told by a teacher that emotions are not pure feelings. Could you clarify this point?
I have just watched your video-clip entitled "Sadness from Spiritual Seeking" and it struck a chord with me because I have seen much of it. Have visited many ashrams and witnessed the put-on bliss smiles and the veneer of holiness. Why is that so common among spiritual seekers?
Listen to the following video clip on the process of Being and becoming.
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