Breaking Through the Illusion

Some tools for breaking through the veil of separateness. UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_17a0

5 thoughts on “Breaking Through the Illusion

  1. How wonderful this podcast is!

    I have had a lot of false starts on my journey of self improvement, and recently I’ve been giving it another go. I think the “me and them” mentality has been one of the biggest hurdles in my past attempts. I listened to this yesterday on my way to work, and it really helped. I work in a restaurant as a cook. It can be very high stress; people make a lot of mistakes which can make your job harder, and therefore it’s very easy to become fixated on the shortcomings of others and let them anger you. When I felt myself falling into that familiar pattern, I used the technique you described of picturing that person experiencing pure happiness. And it really helped! It really blunted the edge of my anger and helped me to sympathize in a situation where I normally wouldn’t.

    Thank you for doing what you do.

  2. Dear Robert,

    I found your podcast a few days ago on Spotify and has got a lot of insights from it. I’ve been “on the road” seeking for answers for many years and I found your speeches clear, genuine, and compassionate. I just want to let you know that what you do make a difference to people like me. I look forward to exploring the website and get to know more about you.

  3. Reference: Breaking through the illusion

    Toward the end you speak of “nothingness.” What about, “no birth, no death” as a Buddhist/Hindu concept?

    I know it’s a choice, but I feel more connected to the prospect that we are infinitely a part of the universal energy that hold everything together, love.

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