Excerpt from The Translucent Revolution

Please enjoy the following except

from The Translucent Revolution, New World Library, 2005:


Millions of people have now had an awakening glimpse into their real
nature. The experience may not be stable, but it can never be overlooked
again. It is not the access that challenges us now, but the actualization of it
in our daily lives. David Deida, the prolific writer and teacher, calls such a
glimpse a “poking through.” To Deida, these moments are fleeting, almost
inconsequential in and of themselves. “I think it’s far more important what
people do, given the ‘poke through.’ How, given a glimpse, they dedicate their
occupation, their attention. Otherwise, that glimpse is fleeting and useless.”
Without this essential, pivotal awakening there can be no real depth to
life. We live preoccupied with hallucinations. After suffering the endless
slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, it’s a relief to know a dimension of
reality where nothing is happening, where we know ourselves to be essential
peace, where we are connected with everything, a state where love rules
supreme.

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4 Responses to “Excerpt from The Translucent Revolution”

  1. moe April 28, 2009 at 8:26 pm // Reply

    are you aware of Jennifer McLean and the
    series with the masters? I highly encourage you to contact her and let her know who you are and what you do. Her exposure is INCREDIBLE and she has the web technology for conferencing calls and worldwide exposure mastered. Richard Moss
    is on tonight. Gregg Braddeen has been on..
    Deepak…
    YOU need to get on !
    moe

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  2. Jacqueline April 29, 2009 at 7:23 am // Reply

    This book came to me when I had already had my own glimpse of awakening during a time of great distress for my family. The glimpse gave me a feeling of returning to my true nature, coming home. I wanted more than just a glimpse and I understand now that this is true for everyone. It was like a seed planted that started growing into not just one area of my life but in my whole perception of what life is about. Now 4 years after having the glimpse I can say life is easier, more beautiful, and full of love.
    Thank you for this book, which I read (in Dutch)during a very special time in my life.

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  3. Anita May 14, 2009 at 1:27 am // Reply

    That’s what I thought also moe.:D Jennifer asks listeners to tell her who they want on the call and I thought I ask her to invite Arjuna.
    Would be great.

    Anita

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    • Anita June 4, 2009 at 11:10 am // Reply

      ps. and I did. 😀

      Anita.

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