Isaac Shapiro - Living Every Moment as the Most Beloved
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Isaac Shapiro was born in Johannesburg South Africa in 1950, trained as a therapist in the USA and studied intensely the workings of the human mind.
At the age of 19 Isaac had his first experience of unconditional love and recognized it as the Reality . In 1991 he met the mystic Sri Poonjaji in Lucknow, India, who after one year confirmed that Isaac had found the diamond and encouraged him to share his wisdom with people.
Since 1993 Isaac tours the world giving Satsang and lots of people come to his meetings, attracted by his quiet, down-to-earth manner, non judgmental attitude, his openness and unconditional love.
This moment - all we have, the habits where we put our focus, waiting for a better experience, to be really here, the experience of our body, the change of the field we are all in by changing our focus, habits becoming conscious, to think we and the others are responsible for our conscious or unconscious patterns, the capacity of consciousness to function unconsciously, the change of the sense of our self and life and the change of our nervous system by changing our focus, looking from the sense of awareness, living the moment as the beloved and the impact of that on our body cells, the sweetest time moment by moment, the softening of the atmosphere in the room.
Fear because of the conditions the world is in causing contraction or tension in our system, no esoteric philosophy but direct experiences, the habit to go into waiting, contracting because of the waiting habit, body pain because of the mess in the world and a yes for it, the wish of the mind to be convinced, narrowing the focus by the sense of me, the believing in efforts and pushing, living in a flow of interest, wanting peace in the world and noticing what is going on in me, the idea of working on myself in order to change and the violence in it.
Strengthening the sense of me by working on me , an Australian joke, seeing what is hurting us, to live what is unconscious becoming conscious, recognizing what works and what does not work, the idea: I have to remember what has changed and the stress out of it, listening from the place trying to get something and listening open to the sounds of the words and open for what we already know, the habit how we are focusing our eyes, it is now and now and now, relaxing in the deliciousness of now, the danger of giving It a name.