How do you feed a hungry heart? A disturbing sense of not knowing how to give her heart what it needs brings a surprising answer from John, opening the realness and beauty of her deeper and higher self.
Experiencing intimacy in nature comes easily for the man in this dialogue, but not so in being with people, to say nothing of sexual intimacy. John describes the value of remaining in the intimate space that opens for him in nature, despite the sense of vulnerability he may experience in himself.
The woman in this dialogue feels a powerful connection to her womb, as if it’s the key to somewhere much deeper than her heart. John reveals the meaning of this profound resonance and the extraordinary knowledge she’s touching into.
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.
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.
A question about what we are after we’ve died opens up a fine and detailed teaching on what we will be able to see and know after death, revealing what our life was really for.