When I started on my spiritual journey, my mind was chattering away at me.
All. The. Time.
Sometimes what it was telling me was actually helpful, but often it really wasn’t.
I had read about what the Zen Buddhists call “no mind,” where the mind comes to a complete stop. I remember not even being able to really relate to the idea of it, that’s how far away it seemed to me.
I didn’t really understand that trying to still the mind through the mind alone was a pretty much impossible task. It’s only when I found frequency work that my mind slowly started to become quiet as my frequency resonance rose.
At some point I experienced an amazing combination of still mind and a high enough resonance that allowed me to finally enter Pure Presence. This is when I realized how much freedom there was without the mind.
In this week’s episode (#116), “What Is Different About Pure Presence?” Dennis and I discuss what I mean when I say Pure Presence, how it’s different from simply being present, how it benefits us, and how we actually get “there.”
As a note, “Presence – Are You Doing It Right?” (episode 55) is a foundation for this episode’s discussion and GFC, so if you haven’t watched or listened to that one and done the GFC, you’ll get more out of this new episode if you check that one out first.
The GFC (Group FREQUENCY CALIBRATION®) will begin to help get you closer to experiencing Pure Presence yourself, or help you deepen it if you’ve already been there.
Without clearing these distortion patterns we’re more subject to mental tailspin.
Note: “Presence – Are You Doing It Right?” (episode 55) is a foundation for this episode’s discussion and GFC.
Here’s to some quiet, at last!
Let’s rise together.
• When people talk about being present, they’re usually talking about linear time — meaning, being in the present moment of linear time. Pure Presence goes deeper than that.