A tiny touch of awakening has landed in this person, but she’s afraid it will never grow. Through the metaphor of caring for a little fruit tree, John shares the shift of attention needed for the tree to flourish, no matter what.
• Awareness relaxed dissolves into consciousness
• Going beyond the comfort zone of your self
• The merging of conscious and unconscious comes by purity of heart
• Living not taking your self to heart
• Intimately coming from your heart toward anyone and anything
Finding home, within, is a painful struggle for this person. Even being in the world is difficult. John shows her an easy way to be genuinely at home, within, and live from a real, eternal quality of life.
“How can I find me, again?” In the midst of the challenges of being a new mother, the young woman in this dialogue feels that she’s lost touch with the depth she once knew. John shares what matters, and gives her a very practical tip.
Through the story of meeting with a beggar, a man speaks of his sense of continually coming up against a threshold within that he knows will take him deeper, but which he cannot seem to pass through. John explains the origin of this threshold and describes the way beyond it.