All Posts by : Sara

The Seamlessness of Experience

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The seamlessness of experience is who we are, felt as a pervasive bliss, recognised in the world as beauty, love and freedom. It’s a knowing of experience as neither ‘out there’ nor ‘in here’, but intimately one with awareness.

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Exploring Experience

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If you’ve ever noticed thought coming and going, popping up and disappearing – then you’ve noticed there is something that persists, even as thought rises and drops. You’ve noticed an awareness that sees the transitory nature of thought. You’ve noticed who you are is not thought. You’ve noticed you are the space in which thought happens. And that’s pretty cool.

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Who Are You?

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This is a question I often ask my clients. Who are you? It seems too obvious to ask, but the answer is fundamental to everything you want in life, relationships, sport, business.

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Team Building

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An unusual title for me, maybe. I normally write poetic, esoteric, philosophical stuff. Advocating exploration for its own sake. And talking about love. And you’d be forgiven for thinking that doesn’t have much to do with real life, real business, in a real world, with real issues and challenges. But you’d be wrong. It’s got everything to do with it. Here’s why:

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Why

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Why do I spend so much time talking about who we are? Isn’t it a bit self-obsessed?

Why do my articles make so few concessions to what’s going on in the world? Wouldn’t I be better off teaching people how to ignore, change, or rise above their thinking?

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On Understanding

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An understanding of our true nature as pure knowing is just that. An understanding.

Pure knowing. Nothing to be done with it. No meaning to be given to it.

Pure knowing. No personal benefit. Nothing personal. No personal.

Pure knowing. Showing up in experience. Informing experience. Is experience.

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Neither Apart Nor A Part

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Have you ever been in a gossipy conversation? Or one where you all get to laugh at someone else’s failings? I admit, I have. It can feel pretty righteous at the time, even if it feels icky in the quiet of the night.

Thing is, most of us, at least at times, feel apart. Separated from everyone else.

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Abundance and Lack

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Most of us, in one moment or another, find our thoughts turn to something we want, that we don’t have. A friendship. Food on the table. Money. Physical health. A thriving business. To publish a book. The perfect lover. It might be a fleeting sense of lack, or a backdrop to our days.

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Effort and Excellence

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Life can feel hard at times. Problems to overcome or goals to achieve. Our upbringing, our education, our culture, even our common sense, all suggest that we need to work hard, that excellence is built on effort.

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