Radical aliveness

Early on in my career as a consciousness teacher, I learned that it was relatively easy to bring people to a state of what I call “radical aliveness,” where the mind is silent, the body is filled with presence, and a new enthusiasm for living is born. The secret, I realized, lay not in deliberately invoking a particular state of consciousness but in creating activities that require the body and the mind to be in the same place — in the Now.

Richard Moss | The Mandala of Being: Discovering the Power of Awareness

 

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