What is the relationship between innocence and compassion?
What is the root of compassion?
– The root of compassion is in you being in your heart.
– When you are in your heart you will feel towards others
– When you are in your heart you naturally love; that is your real movement.
– When you take your self and how you experience your personality to heart, you will become polarized and relate to others in a polarized way
– If someone mistreats you and you stay in your heart, you’ll realize they don’t need to change how they treat you, for you to feel for that one
– When you are in your innocence, it is because you are being in your heart
– For you to be in your innocence, be in your heart at any personal expense
– You are able to meet and commune. No one needs to treat you well for you to be in that availability
– The more open you are, the more that you’re able to see and read what is actually there in another.
How is it possible to stay in your heart with those things in this world you really don’t feel okay about? John’s answer reveals what creates disturbance within, and how to move past it.
This questioner asks John about going home within, to what we really are. Together, they travel through the levels of personality, the self, the nervous system, the mind, all the way to our real purpose of being here. It’s a lively dialogue, full of real answers.
• The purpose of the universe
• Intimate connectivity of meaning and essence
• When you are in your heart, you cannot help but give
• Real relationship: a partnership in givenness
* Note: this video is slightly out of sync with the audio.
Two participants speak with John for the first time, each wanting his help to move deeper, within. How can we flow in the world as what we really are without creating more self, or becoming caught in the mind? There is only one way, an absolute, universal truth, and it is natural to you.
Are there parallel worlds, and how can we be taken into them? Deeper than the being are levels of pre-existence to be subsumed by, speeding up the soul’s evolution and freeing the controlling mind to be like the breath of love.
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.