Jeff Foster – death to the seeker

i love this video about non-duality

3:47 “the search is rooted in a rejection of what is.  the search is rooted in a rejection of this…”

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  1. I loved this, the poignancy and the clarity. For me, this is a good-place for me to start – it is in the language and the expressions that I can relate to; the quest for the seeking to end and the revelation that it was always there. I know this, but it eludes me, this video is a good touchstone for me – I already know all of this even if I don’t know that I know it. Peace brother, Harlon

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    • Hi Harlon! You must have a natural knowing in you to resonate with this video. It took me a few years down the path to even begin to understand what this video is pointing too. I am glad you are getting into this stuff because I believe this is where the only true salvation lies. but as you seem to have an intuitive sense for, we really dont need to seek because we are OK right now as we are, if we could just stop seeking and realize that 🙂

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  2. Hello, I think I have a learning style that makes it sound like I am understanding the content more than I really do. I tend to cherry pick the concepts that I can relate to – whether it be because it’s already a part of my thought process for lack of a better word or it’s something that I am doing – I think what’s important is to lose the concept of am I doing this right. I may be doing some of this, some of it isn’t relevant for me and my reality. Rather than being overwhelmed I connect where I can, I explore that a bit further, then I expand my exploration and share, whenever possible that exploration and with that my awareness, again for lack of a better word, expands. To make a long story short, I understand some of this, much of it is still a bit out there. I maintain that timing is crucial, and this is coming along in a point where the notion of non-duality seems to resonate with my exploration of “being happy in the now”. Still doesn’t mean that I find myself wanting more….and I think that’s OK. 🙂 Peace, Harlon

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