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Exploring Sacred Emptiness

By: Stephen Levine
Narrated by: Stephen Levine
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In the present, within the sacred emptiness, is the deathless state sought by spiritual masters and their students. Exploring Sacred Emptiness gives us a window to this condition without boundaries, through the words of Stephen Levine. With moving eloquence, he speaks about the letting go of suffering in order to experience unencumbered awareness: the essential "am-ness" of being. Levine's words allow us to experience his vision, to close the space that separates us from God.

With two guided meditations.

©2009 Stephen Levine (P)2009 Stephen Levine

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How did I not know about this guy?

The meditations were beautiful. Connected with what he said about "am" without the - "I" am - when I first heard of self-inquiry way back when, but never really heard it from anyone else at least for a long time.

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