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November 13-14: Weekend Online Intensive of Christ Consciousness Transmissions

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Immerse yourself in an entire weekend of Christ Consciousness Transmissions: Nov. 13-14, 2021

Here is the Zoom link to use for all seven sessions of the intensive:


 *Note: If you will be joining us by telephone, follow the directions on this page.

AscendedMasters Experience a full weekend of seven Christ Consciousness Transmissions (CCTs) on Saturday and Sunday, November 13-14, 2021. We will offer four CCTs on Saturday at 10:00 am, 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm Pacific Time, and three CCTs on Sunday at 9:00 am, 11:00 am and 1:00 pm Pacific Time. Most Sessions will last about an hour, except that the first session on Saturday at 10:00 am will be two hours long and will include an open discussion period where you can ask questions about or share your experiences with the CCTs. This intensive will be an opportunity to set aside two days for immersion in the energy of the transmissions. You can attend all or just some of the sessions if you can't make it to all seven.

You do not need to sign up ahead for this intensive. If you do choose to donate, the full cost is $105 for all 7 transmissions (or $15 per session if you can only attend some of them), or you can donate whatever is affordable for you as a partial scholarship, or attend for free as a full scholarship. Here is a button to donate on Paypal (or use this alternative payment service--you can also mail a check to Endless Satsang Foundation, PO Box 20433, Sedona, AZ 86341):

NEW: Donate to Endless Satsang Foundation through the Paypal Giving Fund (a 501c-3 charity), which doesn't charge fees, and we will receive 100% of your donation. Here is a link to donate through this fund:https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/1364990

The sessions will be at the following times:

Saturday, Nov. 13th: Session 1 (two hours): 10:00 am Pacific time (1:00 pm Eastern, 6:00 pm UK, 7:00 pm Central European, 3:00 am on Sunday in Tokyo, 5:00 am on Sunday in Sydney, and 7:00 am on Sunday in New Zealand). This longer two hour session will include the open discussion and a transmission
     Session 2: 1:00 pm Pacific time (4:00 pm Eastern, 9:00 pm UK, 10:00 pm Central European, 6:00 am on Sunday in Tokyo, 8:00 am on Sunday in Sydney, and 10:00 am on Sunday in New Zealand). .
     Session 3: 3:00 pm Pacific time (6:00 pm Eastern, 11:00 pm UK, 12:00 midnight on Sunday in Central European, 8:00 am on Sunday in Tokyo, 10:00 am on  Sunday in Sydney, and 12:00 noon on Sunday in New Zealand).
     Session 4: 5:00 pm Pacific time (8:00 pm Eastern, 1:00 am in the UK, 2:00 am Central European, 10:00 am on Sunday in Tokyo, 12:00 noon on Sunday in Sydney, and 2:00 pm on Sunday in New Zealand). Note that this is also our regular weekly Saturday session time.

Sunday, Sept. 19th: Session 1: 9:00 am Pacific time (12:00 noon Eastern, 5:00 pm UK, 6:00 pm Central European, 2:00 am on Monday in Tokyo, 4:00 am on Monday in Sydney, and 6:00 am on Monday in New Zealand).
     Session 2: 11:00 am Pacific time (2:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm UK, 8:00 pm Central European, 4:00 am on Monday in Tokyo, 6:00 am on Monday in Sydney, and 8:00 am on Monday in New Zealand). Note that this is also our regular weekly Sunday session time.
     Session 3: 1:00 pm Pacific time (4:00 pm Eastern, 9:00 pm UK, 10:00 pm Central European, 6:00 am on Monday in Tokyo, 8:00 am on Monday in Sydney, and 10:00 am on Monday in New Zealand).

What Type of Meditation Is Best?

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Q: I would love if you could tell me if mantra meditation has the same results as just sitting and being In open awareness, because I’ve been doing both, but I want to do only one. What type of meditation is best? Many thanks!

A: That is a very good question! I can share that my friend, Jeffery Martin, who is a neuroscientist studying awakening has found that the well known spiritual practices or kinds of meditation that are widely practiced all tend to work in bringing about a shift in consciousness for about 5% of the people who encounter them. And it is not the same 5% for all, but different people respond differently to different practices and types of meditation. You can read more about this perspective here:

So my advice to you is to maybe focus on one meditation technique for a week or two, and then switch to meditating with the other type of meditation for another week or two. That should give you a sense of which kind of meditation works best for you at this point in time.

However, I would also encourage you to explore more widely over time and see if you can discover a different spiritual practice or form of meditation that is best for you. My friend suggests that someone should be able to tell if a particular spiritual practice or type of meditation is having a particulary powerful effect on them within a week or two. No one kind of meditation is best for everyone, and so you may need to explore a bit to find what form of meditation is best for you.

PS: For anyone who is just trying out meditation for the first time, there are some simple instructions for a good way to start meditating here:

And for anyone who wants to explore many different practices and types of meditation to possibly find the one that fits best for you, you can check out my wife, Gina Lake's, online course, which is an in depth exploration of spiritual practices and spiritual awakening that includes several different styles of meditation. More info about this extensive online course is here: https://www.radicalhappiness.com/online-courses/awakening-now  


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Loving Your Judgments

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Q: I feel "caught" in not being able to be free of judgment, primarily against selfish, greedy people and especially political leaders (including most Republicans), and can't seem to let it go in order to love them or even "forgive them for they know not what they do." Might this be because I haven't been able to forgive myself from judgment based on shame, fear, righteousness, and probably karma playing a part here that gets projected onto others? Is there  anything to do about this?

A: There is a simple approach to try when you are feeling especially judgmental. The trick is to start by giving love to your own judgments and any other feelings you have about other people or situations. Love, in its essence, is simply the flow of attention and space or acceptance to objects or experiences. You do not have to like something in order to give it attention and the space to simply be here.

But again, the trick is to start with your own judgments. Can you simply be curious about your judgments and give them space to be here? I would suggest you probably already are giving them attention and are curious about them. And in the moments when you are experiencing them, you are also probably already letting them be here (although you can also start judging your own judgments, but then you can simply give attention and space to your judgment of your own judgments).

It is a trick because your actual true nature is love. You are always giving space and attention to something in every moment anyways. All you need to do is start right where you are, and notice what it is that you are already "loving" with your spacious attention.

Once you get the feel of how simple and natural love really is, then it is a much smaller step to play with giving that same kind of open attention to something you don't like or have judgments about. You can get some momentum going on the things you are already accepting and noticing, and then move on to accepting and noticing more and more of your experience. Eventually, you can create a new habit where your default becomes to simply notice and accept whatever appears in your experience.

Paradoxically, that is what is already happening anyways. When you have strong judgments, you are not actually experiencing the thing you are judging. What you are actually experiencing in the moment of judging is your own judgment. And in that exact moment, you are loving (giving space and attention to) your own judgment (not to whatever you are judging). I know it might sound like a play on words, but truly when we are experiencing judgment, we are also loving the experience of judgment. It actually is the only way we can experience anything is by giving it space to be here and then paying attention to it. If we are not doing that, then we are not experiencing it, although we are definitely experiencing something else in that moment that we are giving space and attention to instead.

If you do this consciously by actively choosing to give space and attention to something, you may discover how simple love really is, and how ever-present it actually is. Learning to love is like learning to have shoulders.....all you need to do is notice that you already have shoulders. Here is an article that expands on the possibility of giving love freely to anything and everything you experience:
And several more articles about this topic are listed here: https://endless-satsang.com/search.htm?searchword=love

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