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The Truth the World Doesn’t Want You to Know
- Author of Awareness Trilogy
- ACIM Based Teachings
- YouTube Channel Features Satsangs
- Supplemental Guide: Set Your Heart Free Forever
The Four Stages of Awakening
Stage One is known as the average human consciousness that is oblivious to its true essence. This is the belief in being a separate person–the cause of all human suffering.
Stage Two is the seeking stage where one asks consciously or unconsciously, “There has to be a better way to live!” One still believes in being a separate person, but questions beliefs.
Stage Three is the time of confusion, yet the bridge has been crossed and there is no way back. Either one gives up from lack of answers, surrendering to Grace or stays stuck for the rest of his or her life.
Stage Four is the actual awakening. Everything you believed takes a headlong leap into oblivion. You see a whole new perspective where nothing you thought about life had any validity.
IF YOU FEEL STUCK . . . Or just need answers, what you seek will never be found out in the world. Burt Harding lovingly offers you the bridge necessary to make the final transition to the fullness of your true nature that answers the question, “Who am I?”
Burt Harding offers a radical invitation to recognize the truth of our being as already whole and fulfilled. He reminds us of the love we really are beyond the emotions and personal stories we carry. In this way, we come to recognize how beautiful we really are in our essence. Burt lives and teaches in Canada. www.BurtHarding.com
But here for the first time I saw a clear explanation about the difference between awareness and consciousness….
from the book:
‘To be conscious of a thought is to identify with it as being there. See this clearly. Consciousness identifies with thought simply because consciousness creates the thought in the first place. Awareness, on the other hand, sees thought as a thought and not reality as consciousness does.’
Non duality is hard to explain because Awareness can’t be grasped with the 5 senses but luckily we have teachers who can give us pointers to understand it. Burt is one of those gifted teachers…”