This is about seeing through belief in separation. In the simple recognition of presence as our true nature we go from being self-centered to being selfless. That makes all the difference~seeing is what life is all about. It's why we are here on earth.
Santa Monica , Calif. (PRWEB) January 07, 2013
Spiritual seekers and the curious - everyone is welcome to attend the meetings on February 15, 16 and 17th in Santa Monica. Friday night meeting is from 7pm - 9pm, Saturday is 10am - 4pm and Sunday is 1pm - 4pm. If you've never been to a meeting like this, it is a familiar classroom -like setting. Scott will be speaking and will give attendees a chance to ask questions and converse.
What is Scott's overall message? It's the Middle Way. The Middle way is freedom from dualistic extremes. We may come to a event like this because we believe separation is real, but we are ready to explore the truth or error of that belief.
For a collection of Scott's videos, see Scott in action here.
"The good news is that awakening from this self-centered dream is possible in this lifetime. This awakening reveals a depth of freedom and contentment that no relationship, job, material item, self-improvement plan, or other worldly accomplishment can bring. This level of freedom frees us from our endless seeking towards future. It frees us from conflict so that our real nature as love shines through, into every area of life." - Scott Kiloby
Come join Sangha and community in the joy of sharing truth and exploring reality. (So looking forward to meeting you.) Take advantage of the opportunity to get a book signed ~ open to any who bring or buy a book.
The Center for Conscious Spiritual Maturity is dedicated to bringing teachers from around the world who can illuminate reality and create communion with all spiritual seekers in Santa Monica and surrounding areas.
Questions? Email gilana(at)thecentercsm(dot)com or visit our website at: thecentercsm.com
Registration at: http://www.scottkilobytalks.com/santa-monica-ca-feb-15-17.html
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