“A tremendous “knowing” comes effortlessly into the mind when it falls into Silence, …
… when it gives up trying to understand, when its reel of stored images no longer projects abstract pictures onto the clean screen of simplicity.
This kind of knowing is transmitted to us as pure revelation,
as a clarity untouched by words or other symbols of meaning.
When we allow this knowing into our minds,
our very lives become as clear and startling as this knowing.”
~ Robert Rabbin
Robert’s Teacher page, which will be added shortly … and as is typical of our Teacher pages, it will provide a much more comprehensive view about Robert’s background, and work. In the meantime, explore more about Robert Rabbin here and on his website.