The feeling of spiritual fulfillment easily flows into a wish to teach or share with others, but what makes a person ready to take such a step?
This conversation highlights the difference between awakening and full embodiment: the first is easily come by, but the second is rare and requires an unusual depth of character.
What makes the world exist, and how can a person live and work in this life without participating in a matrix of illusion? In this short, direct conversation John describes how it’s possible to live in the world from our deepest heart and be only real, letting everything pass away that will pass when we die.
An interview with John de Ruiter By Unify at the Global Unity Transmission online event on April 4, 2020.
“As the global pandemic spreads across the globe, we must ask ourselves, is fear spreading more rapidly than the virus itself?
It’s time for us as the collective of humanity to step into a new way of being. A great transition is upon us and our response matters.” – Unify
What begins as a wish to know where uniqueness belongs if we’re really all the same, opens into a detailed explanation of how consciousness confined to experience has us living in a doped-up self. John takes us beyond this into a greater depth of oneness, new for the universe, coming into us now.
This woman is touched by John sharing what sexuality is really for and wants to know what it means to be a woman. John shares the subtle differences between man and woman, and shows her how to invite and move in her sexuality anew – this time aligned to the delicacies of its deeper mystery.
How to go deeper within and continue to grow, in the midst of the business of life? In this dialogue, John speaks of the way to ‘slow down’, come to balance and find the real you, enabling levels and levels of nurturefull meaning to enter your life.
The gift of being judgment-free has inspired this woman to go deeper into her heart. John shows her how to be taken by the delicacies in a flower, the sky and the stars, and how to follow through by letting these touches of being inform her womanness.
How is it that we can experience being ‘home’ within, and then suddenly lose it? John takes this young man through what’s happening in his nervous system and how, through the experience of a hot or a cold shower, he can realize and remember the code to the quiet okayness of home.