Is there free will or no free will? Instead of asking this question from an I-centered perspective, what happens when this question is viewed outside the sense of identity? Mukti encourages us to take a step back from the quandary of free will—and other existential dilemmas—and go to the root of all polarity. It is here we experience That which is behind dual perspectives and which is not caught in opposing forces.
“The thinking mind really wants to find its bearings, find its footing, and have a way of mapping experience in a way that it can feel secure.”
“What is an expression of our being that’s not concretized in the paradigm of subject and object?”
“The more our center of being rests as awareness, and the energies within release the investment in duality, the more one might sense that which is free and not defined by dualistic identity.”
“The more one’s consciousness also takes up residency in the lower hara, things tend to become more quiet, simple, and resolved.”
Recorded at the Well Being Retreat Center in Tazwell, Tennessee on October 2, 2018.
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