David Spero

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Inwardness & Beyond Part 2, May 13, 2003
18:20
David: Feels good just to cut doesn’t it? Does that feel good? When you realize that I don’t have to go on? My discourse isn’t built upon saying things in a causative sequence. I just talk. I could either be a lazy thinker, or who knows what. [...]
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Sahaja Samadhi, January 15, 2010
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Sahaja samadhi is a Self-Sustaining Condition. It does not need to be tended. It does not need to be even realized -- or re-realized. It’s eternally Self-Realizing -- and it has no locale. It’s not about the “Inner Self.” It has nothing to do [...]
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Going Beyond the Mind – Part Two – Berkeley, CA, February 25, 2010
7:05
All the faith that you harness will be through your own experience. The deep faith and trust and perseverance you show in continuing to come here, entering into this Relationship -- all that is based on your own Self-recognition. It’s the [...]
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Going Beyond the Mind – Part One – Berkeley, CA, February 25, 2010
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Participant: I have a question. David: Okay. Participant: … Something that changes: I'm noticing the light in my eyes seems different. I don't think I have cataracts and it’s, um, just my vision changed about a year and a half ago, in terms of [...]
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Enlightenment is a State of Being, March 14, 2009
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Enlightenment is a State of Being not a state of the mind and yet it’s only through the mind that that State of Being can dawn. It’s a transcendental state of perception that is revealed to the mind as long as is necessary for the mind to be [...]
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Suffering is Real, March 14, 2009
2:53
Moderator: A Washington viewer says, “I appreciate the answer about pain. I’m experiencing some dissolution of the long held misunderstanding about the subject. It feels to be deeper than mental.” David: Pain is real. If you are in a human form [...]
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Awareness is Non-Dual, March 14, 2009
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Moderator: The viewer from Hawaii says, “In regard to my earlier question, you emphasized the importance of awareness. That is exactly what seemed to define those moments of contraction, sort of hard to describe.” David: So the lesson is that [...]
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The Body-Mind is Divine, March 5, 2010
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David: The most important thing is that you experience something, that something in you begins to enlarge and you begin to sense your own global self, not your little limited body-mind that does things around the house ; it shops vegetables and [...]
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The Body-Mind and its Vasanas, March 5, 2010
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Moderator: A viewer in Australia comments, "I thought I knew what the body-mind is; now I realize it's as much of an unknown as the Absolute." David: Correct. It is the Absolute. It is the Absolute. It can be nothing else. All the understandings [...]
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The Ecstasy of Living, September 17, 2010
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David: The reason why we were designed in embodiment was so that we could taste the ecstasy of living. You can call it compulsory joy. The Buddhists, of course, have a hard time with this. For them relativity is a bad trip. It's a bum trip [...]
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