The two most used and abused words in our language and perhaps any other, are the words “I am”. Any guilt, shame, judgement or worry that we can imagine arises from a sense of our own mistaken identity. What does “I am” imply? How many of us are qualified to use those words with any sense of authority? This fireside talk and group discussion will be on the notion of identity. We will discuss “who” we are, “where” we are, and what it means to be a vehicle of consciousness.
Essentially, whatever we identify ourselves as being or not being is inaccurate. Any pursuit of individuality that does not conclude in the ultimate awareness of unity misses the point. What does it mean to hold consciousness in individual form while the common source of consciousness makes the all-inclusive “I am” inevitable?
As cerebral as this may all sound, this fireside talk will be casual, fun, and down to earth. Please bring your open minds, and be prepared to flip the “bypass switch” on your ego. Group participation and a variety of perspectives is encouraged.--