The Heart of the Matter
September 25, 2016
The Paradox of Total Enjoyment


Have you ever watched a really great movie and, as you're watching it, you are saying to yourself "I can't wait to watch this again", even though you are watching it NOW. Moved by how absolutely awesome the movie is (but not having the words to describe what you're feeling), you translate your WOW experience into thinking to yourself that you can't wait to see it again. Sounds crazy, no?

I am having a similar experience here in Amaroo.

Listening to Prem Rawat has been astounding these past few days and often challenging to take in all at once, massive as the scope of his communication is.

The little frame I put around his message is the "capsule", as he's been saying, of a much deeper story going on -- a story that has a lot to do with going beyond limitations and opening up to a much more glorious life, one that can never be understood with the mind, only the "heart" -- a kind of internal divining rod much less about describing things than it is about dancing. Not yearning for freedom, but enjoying the freedom that is already there.

A 2-minute Amaroo excerpt

Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at September 25, 2016 12:10 PM

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