We’re in the Sunlight Now, March 14, 2009

We're in the Sunlight Now, March 14, 2009

Wow, the energy’s very beautiful. We’re really through the storm and we’re in the Sunshine.

Now see, what I just said was not lifted from any scripture obviously. But it was something that came out of my sense of ongoing Satisfaction in Consciousness and I just gave that to you like that. And it means something very particular, it means something very universal.

Can you feel the profundity of what I’m referring to when I say we are in the sunlight now?

Forget about the Absolute and Non-Duality and gods and goddesses.

Can you acknowledge the profundity, the spreading out of Awareness in this moment?

Something that supersedes the body-mind, that breaks out of the form of the limited body-mind and radiates Itself in all directions, beyond all directions.

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