When we are quiet and let go of daily masks, our Original Face arises, a face which expresses and connects to our true Self.
In the Original Face exercise, one by one comes to sit in front of the group and looks into the other peoples’ eyes.
It`s a simple exercise of being present and an amazingly effective and powerful way to come deeply in touch with our essential love and emptiness.
At the end of the Silent Retreat an Art Exhibition took place at Black Cube Art Gallery with painter Lubomir Martinuk, who also made portraits of John David and others, and artists from the Studio “Mexican Dreams”. The Open Sky Band gave a Concert at the end.
Our guys in Spain are busy constructing new Rooms and Bathrooms
If you would like to join us and help as a volunteer you are warmly welcome. The magnificent atmosphere, yoga and meditation, mantra singing, delicious vegetarian food and heartful people are all contributing to the creation of this new oasis for awakening.
Eli Jaxon Bear met Papaji in 1990 in the early years of the Lucknow Satsangs. After sharing about this time for the new Papaji book and film project the Community was lucky to enjoy a meeting with Eli. His sharp Zen sword pointed with great clarity and love to the unspeakable Truth.
Next Zoom Meeting on 1st June
Topic: Love is our Being
We all meet certain questions about enlightenment on our spiritual path. The upcoming Zoom Meeting with John David is about one of the most popular misunderstandings in most peoples’ lives: to think love is something which comes to us from somebody else.
Your essential state is love. Our soul, which is beyond your self-image, is your true Self. Your true Self is love.
On the Topic of Love…
The Zoom Meetings offer a space to support each other in the willingness to die again and again. Everyone is heartfully invited! You can ask questions, share, or just immerse yourself in the energy of the meetings. Every second Tuesday at 8pm in German language.
Vipassana Island Retreat
“A quiet mind is an important foundation for awareness because it allows you to look more deeply inside yourself.”
– John David
Last month I experienced my first Vipassana-Meditation-Island weekend. A friend had participated in such a weekend before and when I picked him up, he was smiling so happily. I could also feel a deep peace and stillness in him, which he told me later was supporting him in daily life. This made me so curious (and jealous) that I took the next opportunity to also take part in such a weekend, to see what spending the whole weekend with myself on an “island” does for me…
Special Concert on Saturday:
Anything you would like to share or ask?