1 hr 7 min

Ep. 39 |The Inner Peace that Lives Beyond the Resistance: with Helen Hamilton A Conscious Way Forward

    • Self-Improvement

In this podcast episode, David enjoys his second podcast conversation with Helen Hamilton. Helen is a spiritual teacher based in the UK, who's life goal is to demystify spiritual awakening and make it accessible for everyone, which she does through her weekly satsangs and teachings on how to dissolve the ego and step into our Real and Infinite selves. Helen and David discuss how to define and find inner peace by accepting ourselves in each NOW moment. They explore the role of the mind and how to stop labeling emotions as good or bad, so that we don't get stuck in its limitations and labels. They also lay out how a regular meditation practice helps us to observe our thoughts objectively, without attachment and how this practice helps us see both the futile nature of resistance while also giving us the ability to differentiate between the higher and lower mind (also known as the Ego vs the Higher Self or God). This knowing eventually leads us to weed out the illusion of separateness and replace it with the truth of our boundless essence within the oneness we all share.  They go over how resistance creates suffering while radical acceptance creates space for infinite possibilities. And finally, David and Helen discuss the joy of discovering–through direct experience–how simple mindfulness can evolve an awakening into a fully embodied knowingness of our individual intuition and essence.
To learn more about Helen’s work, visit www.helenhamilton.org.

In this podcast episode, David enjoys his second podcast conversation with Helen Hamilton. Helen is a spiritual teacher based in the UK, who's life goal is to demystify spiritual awakening and make it accessible for everyone, which she does through her weekly satsangs and teachings on how to dissolve the ego and step into our Real and Infinite selves. Helen and David discuss how to define and find inner peace by accepting ourselves in each NOW moment. They explore the role of the mind and how to stop labeling emotions as good or bad, so that we don't get stuck in its limitations and labels. They also lay out how a regular meditation practice helps us to observe our thoughts objectively, without attachment and how this practice helps us see both the futile nature of resistance while also giving us the ability to differentiate between the higher and lower mind (also known as the Ego vs the Higher Self or God). This knowing eventually leads us to weed out the illusion of separateness and replace it with the truth of our boundless essence within the oneness we all share.  They go over how resistance creates suffering while radical acceptance creates space for infinite possibilities. And finally, David and Helen discuss the joy of discovering–through direct experience–how simple mindfulness can evolve an awakening into a fully embodied knowingness of our individual intuition and essence.
To learn more about Helen’s work, visit www.helenhamilton.org.

1 hr 7 min