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John de Ruiter Podcast 209

John de Ruiter Podcast 209

Streaming Your Being Into This World

When: January 28, 2016 @ 9:30pm
John talks about streams of being, but what are they and how do we fully respond to them?
“Respond, open, soften, love – all at any cost. Removing the conditions is critical. It’s what makes you free to enter and move as your being. That movement necessarily masters all you have, leaving no stone unturned.”
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Streaming Your Being Into This World

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