Close this search box.

Beyond Core Beliefs: Entering The Deep, Within

Share It
Tweet It
Mail it
WhatsApp It
When: June 1, 2017
Afternoon Open Mic
Where: ,

Q: I get carried away by narratives, especially in a conversation. It compels me to follow the word content even though the being points in a different direction. I get into a dissonance that I can’t stand, so I have to either close down in the situation or walk away. I don’t know how to move with this.

John: By you quietly opening, within, in the midst of that dissonance. 

Q: There’s an anger in that which is probably why I have to remove myself, because it’s not appropriate to express that anger.

John: If you are going deep within, you don’t express the anger. If you stay on the surface you’ll go more out of balance if you don’t express the anger, but if you go beneath the surface, you’ll go into a depth of balance that has nothing to do with anger. There, expressing the anger takes you back to the surface and it cuts you off from your own source. When you express the anger, you’re expressing a core belief, a core belief of entitlement. 

As you drop within, deeper within than anything to do with the surface, you come into a beingness that has need of nothing. What you enter is that you are nobody and nothing.

Q: I know that in communications that don’t include words, but there’s a kind of magic in a narrative …

John: As soon as you enter a narrative you function as your core beliefs, and your core beliefs have nothing to do with what you really are. You don’t need any of your beliefs for you to be what you really are. You don’t need any of your beliefs for you within your self to express what you really are. The movement of that is like what you see in the innocence of a small child.  

Q: So I have to figure out a way to connect with the other layer and somehow let the spell of the narrative…

John: By you believing what you quietly know the truth of in your heart. Believe your heart instead of believing your self and, as soon as you are quieted in your heart, believe what you know the truth of directly in your heart. It doesn’t matter how little you directly know; it’s everything. 

As you rest in it, you’re being it. As you are being it and you move in your self at the same time, what you are being will show in your choice of words and in your tone. It requires no effort. It’s a natural change. As soon as you shift from that to your beliefs, you instantly engage your conditioning and it will show in your choice of words and in your tone. 

As you enter this, within, you have no need of anger. You have need of nothing.   

Share It
Tweet It
Telegram It
WhatsApp It

John de Ruiter TRANSCRIPTS

on This Topic

Two young people put their questions to John at an open mic: Q1: What is fear? John: When you focus on something that’s not nurturing and real inside, then you separate from what’s nurturing and real. As soon as you’re separate from what’s nurturing and real, you’ll fear because
Q: My question is about how to deal with pride, how to dissolve it without dismissing what I am. John: Mark your words. Take care in what you use words for, and why. Don’t say things just because you can. If you have a pride issue that you’re dealing
Q: I’d like to ask about stress and tension in my daily life, and about relaxation and softening. I get very busy but feel the call towards softening. Listening to your words makes me feel so happy, and that part of me is more connected to softness. How can
Q: I have a longing for wholeness and integration, and an awareness of a lot of suffering and chaos caused by self-avoidance. I know there’s massive anger sitting in my gut. How can it be integrated into my being, and how can that become stable in the midst of

Get the latest news

Subscribe To Our Newsletter