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A State of Pure Consciousness on we Deserve Better with Dorrin Rosenfeld

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C von Hassett and Rachel Wilkie, a married couple, will discuss his book Entering the Mind. There is a place beyond even simple meditation. A place where you become aware of your awareness, to experience the totality of space, freedom, and oneness with infinity. This is your “mind in its natural state,” where your ego, your “I”-ness, your labels or your addictions just disappear. Hassett maintains that once you’ve stepped over the threshold, to experience this awakened state, it is easier and easier to attain it—and there is no going back! Being bogged down in the “conceptual mind” pales in comparison and holds no attraction.

Entering the Mind is a guidebook which lays open the deepest secrets taught in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition of Dzogchen, considered the highest wisdom practice known to man. No need to go live in a cave in India or become a lifetime follower of a guru . . . Hassett hands you the key to this beckoning doorway with age-old meditation practices that take you straight into pure consciousness. There you will find not a nothingness, but what you experience firsthand is an emptiness, an incredible spaciousness—and therein lies your freedom! With remarkable clarity and beautiful prose, Hassett enables you to travel the inner path to a state of no depression, fear, anxiety, or worry.

A writer, editor and publisher of Riot Material magazine, C von Hassett practices Dzogchen, an ancient way pointing the individual inward toward the recognition of their own mind, towards awakening. He and his wife, Rachel Reid Wilkie are committed to bringing Dzogchen to the wider world as a way to open the wellspring of love, joy, compassion, ease and peace for all of humankind.

 

 

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