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John de Ruiter Podcast 181

John de Ruiter Podcast 181

Leaning Back and Leaning Forward

When: March 28, 2015 @ 2:00pm
The person in this conversation enjoys her experience of leaning back into the joy of knowing, and John describes the value of leaning forward and how it makes our forms available to being changed.
“Leaning back into what you know reorients you as awareness to the truth you know. Leaning forward manifests the ways of your being.”
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