Becoming aware of awareness. Realizing ourselves as awareness. Satsang with Nondual Spiritual Teacher and nondual therapist Craig Holliday. Craig a former student of Adyashanti, teaches both in the world Yoga and Buddhism brings another opportunity to contemplate our highest nature. http://www.craigholliday.com/
In this video, Craig responds to student questions. For the past 10 years, Craig has offered support to thousands of individuals who have experienced some level of spiritual awakening. With compassion and grace, he guides individuals through first into the space of awareness or nondual awakening and then through the processes of healing and integration, so that we stabilize in awake awareness our own self. It is through this process of healing and integration, that we discover the true purpose of this awakening within us. Instead of asking how can I transcend life, we are invited to ask, how may I serve this movement of Grace in the world. From this space of humility, we open into a nonseparate relationship with the Divine.
Beyond speaking about the nondual awareness, Craig offers instructions on Yoga, nondual meditation, and for opening and healing the heart, through surrendering oneself to a movement of Divine Intelligence. Craig's teachers have included Adyashanti, A. H. Almaas, Gangaji, Caroline Myss, Matt Kahn, Lama Tsultrim, and Eckhart Tolle; his major influences include Christ, Sri Aurobindo and the Buddha.
Craig offers Skype sessions, retreats and workshops and meets with individuals from around the world who have a sincere desire to awaken out of our painful egoic existence and into this Beauty that we always already are. Craig began teaching after a series of profound awakenings with his teacher Adyashanti, for more info: http://www.craigholliday.com/
These Nondual teachings are similar to those offer by Adyashanti, Sri Aurobindo, Matt Kahn, Eckhart Tolle, the Power of Now, Byron Katie, Teal Swan, Deepak Chopra, Jeff Foster, Bentinho Massaro, Eli Jaxon Bear, Matt Kahn, Rupert Spira, Gangaji, Michael Beckwith, Ester Hicks, mooji, Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein, or other similar teachers found on Buddha at the Gas pump.http://www.craigholliday.com/