The intention was to awaken to what I truly am. To see the truth of that, for myself, regardless of price, or consequence.]]>
Thank you for the lovely note. I truly appreciate it. I am glad you got something out of the report, and I hope your getting things out of the rest of the content on the site.
In answer to your question – that's all I needed. 😉
Which is to say, both yes, and no. I got from John Sherman that the thing to do was to look directly at me, again and again, whenever it occurred to me to do so. So, that's what I did. It made sense to me.
I floundered with it for about two months, before I finally got the target. After that it was easy to do, again and again.
My suggestion would be to make that your goal and try things out, come up with methods that make sense, be open to hearing something (or reading something like I did) that gives you a technique and try it out. If you hold that intention in your mind as an open possibility, eventually you will unlock it and you will look directly, consciously, at you.
After that it's just a matter of rinse and repeat. 😉]]>
I really enjoyed your report on the 7 Barriers. They make a lot of sense. I'm at the stage where I definitely know who I am not but still struggling to find who I am and let go of my ego self. I watched your video (mentioned above) with interest but wonder if you have any more pointers … or is that all I need?
Love your website too and enjoyed the interviews. Hope you make some more.
Glad you are enjoying the site, let me know what questions that come up, or what you might like to see.
Douglas Harding is awesome! He really came into my left at a key point that really helped all of this unfold for me. It's hard to go wrong with a little headlessness on the mix!
I,m really enjoying your site!
I,m following the Douglas Harding route and really getting there!