Forgiveness

Satsang with Shusara, September 4, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

The title for tonight's session is "The Complicity in Complacency." Shusara speaks directly to advanced seekers about how they are held accountable for their choices and actions after coming into deeper spiritual understandings. This is not meant as punishment but as a vital step in their path toward increasing mastery. PielleAyan shares her own recent experience.

Satsang with Shusara, August 7, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

Tonight's session began with focusing on the difference between mental belief/understanding and experiential Knowing. The importance of clarity in one's speech and in one's understanding was addressed by Shusara and PielleAyan added a personal example of how you can't be in the present moment when an internal story is running.

Satsang with Shusara, July 31, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

After a brief discussion about the current changes in energy, tonight's session began with Shusara retelling the story of the Silent Sage and then expounding on it's meaning. Shusara shared personal stories tonight about mind using Truth as something to identify with and also about the illusion of death. Her stories point to deeper experiences all will have along their journey home.

Satsang with Shusara, July 17, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

Tonight's session begins with a brief discusion about the current energies and how we are witnessing the dissolution in our personal lives, within the collective and in the Earth as well. PielleAyan asks for clarification on the comment from last weeks session that withought thought there is no lower mind.

Satsang with Shusara, July 10, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

Shusara begins this session with addressing the need of the seeker to walk their spiritual talk. Too many seekers have conceptual understandings but do not strive to live them in their daily lives. You are here at this time to move into greater and greater levels of mastery and this can only be demonstrated by how you live in the world.

Satsang with Shusara, July 3, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

Shusara begins this session by discussing the importance of having the seeker ask that his/her objective observer come into being. The session focuses on the role of the observer and it's paramount importance to dissolution work. The trials and tribulations of the personal self are not experienced by the observer.

Satsang with Shusara, June 26, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

Tonight's session began with the patterning example of a person who believes that whatever they say it won't be good enough. Shusara expanded on where that comes from, and SCSA's Meghan, told her story of how this pattern just showed up in her life at work. Shusara took the opprtunity to challenge Meghan on what she continues to believe about the story.

Satsang with Shusara, June 19, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

Tonight's session came back to the topic of choice. Shusara spent time focusing on how just seeing the trigger and the patterning is not enough to resolve it. It is imperative at this time that people take responisbility for their daily choices. The time has come to stop functioning from reactive mind and move into choices made from the objective space of the Christ.

Satsang with Shusara, June 12, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

PielleAyan starts this session out by speaking about the importance of Shusara's work and how it should seen as a gift to all of us. Shusara expands on PielleAyan's comments speaking further about the work that she does as a guide and how it differs from that of other teachers. The rest of the session revolves around the importance of the choices made every moment in one's life.

Satsang with Shusara, June 5, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

In tonight's session PielleAyan began the discussion with her experience around vulnerability and she recognized that she wasn't being vulnerable with herself much less with anybody else. Meghan shared her experience of being stuck on the "Processing Hamster Wheel" and Shusara addressed how this can be a trap in the work.

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