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LATEST DIALOGUES Exploring the Nature and Dynamic of Experience, conversation with Rupert Spira and A.H. Almaas

In this conversation, recorded at SAND14, A.H. Almaas and Rupert Spira explore the nature and dynamic of experience, and their two distinct approaches to that inquiry.

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3 Responses to “Exploring the Nature and Dynamic of Experience, conversation with Rupert Spira and A.H. Almaas”

  1. June 27, 2015 at 6:59 am, Andris Heks said:

    Amazing conversation.
    But if, as Almaas, seems to imply, that the individual I is necessary
    to experience pure consciousness, without such individual I, how can we be certain that a self-conscious pure awareness, a God, exists independently of the individual I?

    • July 15, 2015 at 3:01 pm, Carmen Santiago said:

      What is just is. We are limited by our experience here and now. We can pay close attention to our experience, enter in it fully aware in the present moment of existance, and even though we trascend into a higher experience, we are still limited. Even quantum physics, with all of the actual data collected from the experiments is still limited. What is just is. The hope and expectation is this: “Evolution/God” will continue to move forward and with every step, new horizons will be available to us and we will experience new and wonderous things, in the present moment of awareness. Carl Jung famously wrote in his book, ‘Answer To Job’ and I am paraphrasing this: God’s awareness of himself, his consciousness is still evolving. You might find the work of Carl Jung very interesting. It is connected to all that is happening now.

  2. July 15, 2015 at 5:34 pm, Carmen Santiago said:

    “Pure awareness needs an organ for it to know what we call the world.” It seems as this may be what some call the “soul”.
    Mr. Almaas and Mr. Spira do compliment each other so well! πŸ˜‰

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