Meditative Self Inquiry
“An encounter with meditation teacher Richard Miller is an encounter you don’t forget. Richard is one of this generation’s most important teachers of nondual wisdom. He reminds us that in our true nature we are already free, enlightened, and awake, and that in any moment we can savor Divine presence.” —Stephen Cope
Meditative self-inquiry invites you to step through the door of the known and awaken to your essential nature in this and every moment; to “This” that is direct, beautiful, undeniable, and ever-present, yet so often ignored because of its simplicity. Here, all searching ends. Fear, suffering, and anxiety dissolve, and we discover unshakable peace, love, and joy no matter our circumstance. This is the realization of enlightenment in daily life throughout all changing states of consciousness. End your search by giving yourself completely to 'This' that already owns your breath and moments. So simple. Not difficult. So necessary.
Recognition of our essential nature
Being as the gateway to recognizing our essential nature
Five inquires as gateways to being: Where am I? When am I? What am I? How am I? Who am I?
“I” is an activity, not an entity
Releasing identification with the activities of sensation, thought, attention, I-ness, self-consciousness, being, and awareness
Recorded August 25, 2014 at Kripalu, MA