What is The Tiny Space of the Heart? James Morrison – ATIH Teacher
Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 12/11/16
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One of the most important lost arts of all, is the art of re-connecting to the full experiential awareness of who we really are. This has been a primary goal of meditation systems taught all over the world, going back before the beginning of recorded history. Many of these systems speak, not only of quieting the mind, whose constant chatter can block the deeper insights waiting for all of us in the deep quietness within, but they also talk of “entering the heart,” “living from the heart,” and other such phrases. Do those words just mean to be understanding and kind to each other, more empathetic in general, or do they have a deeper, hidden meaning?
That question is addressed on this Sunday’s show by James Morrison (www.theschoolofremembering.com), teacher of a system of meditation called “Awakening the Illuminated Heart.” It is specifically designed to reconnect each of us to the vast forgotten part of our real selves, so that we can live in full self-awareness, in possession of all the abilities we were designed to use in our lives. In that state we could make a much more powerful contribution to the world and the future generations to be born into it. Re-connection to who we really are puts us in a better position to also re-connect consciously to our Source, and might just tip the balance away from the total destruction that our rulers are working so hard to bring us right now.
For those that want to explore this meditation system more fully and experience it for themselves, James will be conducting a special workshop in Sedona, Arizona from March 20th to 24th. I also plan to be there in-person. Further information on that event is available: email@example.com, and see the event flyer here (PDF). You can also click the image near the bottom of this page.
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