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Got Juice?

Bringing Devotion & Heart to Practice and Living
Self-Guided Course

Program Fee
$80.00

The heart center is the home of awareness as intimacy, connection, embracing, acceptance, allowance, and openness. ~ Mukti

This Course Includes:

  • Course Introduction that provides guidelines for maximizing your experience.
  • Four 2-hour recorded sessions of broadcasts from the live online course “Got Juice?” (2018). Sessions include talks followed by dialogues with original course participants. (Video stream and audio download.)
  • Session notes to help you remember and integrate the teachings from each session.
  • Three exercises to help you apply the teachings during the weeks between sessions. (Video stream and audio download.)
  • Three written exercises to help you inquire into deeper experiences of the teachings.
  • A PDF of all Q&A. A 56-page printable PDF that includes all the Session Notes as well as written Q&A between Mukti and the original course participants.
  • Audio MP3s of all the content that you can download to your computer so you can revisit the teachings indefinitely.

Course materials are accessible for 90 days from date of purchase. All audio and written materials are downloadable during this periord.

Recorded February 2018 in San Jose, CA.
© 2018-2019 by Mukti Gray. All rights reserved.

Whether you experience your heart as a sanctuary, repository, wellspring, or channel, it has a wealth of riches to be welcomed and shared. 

What is it to know, engage, and extend the heart in spiritual practice? And how might devotion awaken the heart and further benefit That which is greater than oneself? Discover how concepts and attitudes of devotion live within you, and open to a renewed relationship to heart and life through cultivating direct experience and revelation.

Please join me in exploring and engaging the gifts of heart and devotion that fortify intimacy and fulfillment in spiritual practice and orient life service.

~ Mukti

Topics include:

  • The Lens of Spirit
  • How Attention Energizes Experience
  • Discovering Your Heart’s Nourishment
  • The Process of “Me-Centeredness” Shifting
  • All-Pervading Awareness
  • How Spirit “Sings” Our Human Instrument
  • The Universal Heart
  • Allowing Emotions to Release
  • Perceiving from the Heart
  • Seeing Suffering Afresh
  • Devotion as Joining with the Moment
  • Devotion as a Form of Surrender
  • Gaining Clarity on Efforting
  • Freeing Holding Points through Inquiry

“In strengthening your relationship with the heart center and in supporting its vitality, it is important to recognize that vitality and attention are intimately connected.”

“When your attention is open and global, the sense of yourself as an individual directing attention opens and softens. The one paying attention gives way to a field of awareness, awareness in this case being that which remains in the absence of a me-sense, awareness as a center-less attention or universal awareness.”

“The sense of Spirit doesn’t know itself as form until attention in the heart draws it there. This is the opportunity: to have Spirit known in the heart.”

“The heart center is the home of awareness as intimacy, connection, embracing, acceptance, allowance, and openness.”

“When awareness is in union with our humanity, the gaps lessen. We can simultaneously be open and receive. The balance is to listen while speaking, and speak while listening, whether one is communicating verbally or not. The sense of distance then collapses.”

“Devotion can be a way of surrender, which is quite different from driving devotional practices.”

“As our energy frees from the vortex of separation, it can find its home in our body. This sense can vitalize into an expression of presence and have the qualities of lightness, warmth, sparkle, and richness. It strengthens the sense of union with the moment. There is a deep knowing of things as they actually are.”

“Sometimes when people have seen their nature as awareness, they can be opposed to efforting. This stance may be fine when things are flowing well, but sometimes intentional effort is required.”

“The notion of devotion is that it’s a way to orient ourselves toward wholeness or union. The sense of separate self seems to fall away so that we can be with exactly what is, in a kind of joining.”