Dan & Michael: “There’s only Unknowing… for no one” 3-16-22 Nonduality video
March 17, 2022

Dan & Michael: “There’s only Unknowing… for no one” 3-16-22 Nonduality

“If the sense of wanting to get rid of the ‘me’ arises, then that’s just what’s happening. It doesn’t mean there’s actually a ‘me’ there.”

“All is This… leaves no one outside of This to know This.”

-Michael

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Zoom Satsang w/ Michael, 1-13-21, Weds., 6pm (pst)
January 11, 2021

“You can’t say what THIS is because there’s nothing separate that would know that.” -Michael

Michael Jeffreys is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. (For those that resonate with the nondual sharing.)

Topic: Satsang w/ Michael
Time: Jan 13, 2021 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Q: Why once I get something I want, the good feeling doesn’t last? New MJ Awakening Blog
September 29, 2020

Q: Why once I get something I want, the good feeling doesn’t last?


MICHAEL:
 This is how the seeking mind is… once it gets what it thinks it wants, it’s designed to lose interest so that seeking will continue. Wash, rinse, repeat. It’s endless.

This is why no object (person, place, thing, thought, feeling, experience, etc.) can make us happy indefinitely. Because new is valued over known by the mind. And yet the kicker is nothing is actually truly knowable! Nobody knows what THIS is, as THIS has never stopped changing so there is nothing solid that can ever be known. In Zen it’s said, “To know is not really to know. To not know, is to know.”

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