The Laughter of Recognition
Sometimes when someone has a deep recognition, they get the ultimate joke, and the response is beautiful laughter.
The End of Belief in "self" is Peace
This is an excerpt from a weekly group meeting where Sal addresses the question of identifying as a separate self and the belief of being located within a body. He directs people to have a recognition that aware, knowing is ubiquitous and is not centrally located. Aware, knowing contains the appearance of a location, but it is just the appearance of a location only.
Doing Without Desire for Fulfillment
This is an excerpt from a weekly meeting where Sal explains that Karma Yoga, from the Vedanta tradition, is not a path, but rather the result of clearly knowing your essential being. You want what you want without any attachment to the outcome. The desires have no impact on your sense of well-being.
Now I Feel Purposeless
This is an excerpt from a weekly group meeting where Sal speaks with an inquirer who, since coming to this work, has stopped seeking on the spiritual path and feels like they have lost their sense of purpose in life.
Nothing of Great Importance in the Mind
This is an excerpt from a weekly group meeting where Sal explains that thoughts, in and of themselves, are not the problem. What causes so much trouble is the belief that thoughts indicate the existence of a separate self.