× What conversations, what dialogues arise naturally as you read the report of peoples experience with Allowing Sound to be as it is?

What patterns do you see emerge?

What we want to do is engage in a somatic dialogue here.

hearing Dialogue on Allowing Sound to Be As It Is

11 months 2 weeks ago #1 by AlphaWave
It's as if consciousness returns to itself, allowing sound to be is such a simple thing, that it helps the mind get out of the way and return to what is already there.

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5 years 5 months ago #2 by TheGreatHerb
Everyone seemed to become very relaxed during the exercise, and to report a consistent expansion of awareness. I think this addresses the question "what happens when we allow sound to be as it is?"

I think the next question that comes up for me is "what are the implications for this", in other words, if so much that is positive (relaxation, opening, etc.) occurs when we are simply allowing sound to be as it is, what does this say about our consciousness? What are the implications for this? It seems at some level, it points to "getting out of the way" being important.

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5 years 5 months ago #3 by UnExplorador
I see a pattern of a changing relationship to sound. The one user said that there was a crying baby next door, and then there was a "right distance" from the sound. This speaks to me because there was a sound event in the crying baby, and then a response in the users consciousness (right distance), and so it speaks to a constantly changing relationship between sound and consciousness.

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5 years 5 months ago #4 by ShirleyLuver
I see patterns of attention coming together, elusive

coming together and dancing, emerging as patterns which we can describe: relaxation, expansion, layers of opening....

I can never know your experience completely, and yet I can touch it, through your sharing. Something in this is so poignant

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5 years 6 months ago #5 by BillyBob
It made me think of some of my experiences as an infant. and what that brought up in the workshop. I really want to see that again, to look through the eyes of that child, to hear through their ears.

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5 years 6 months ago #6 by BillyBob
I think it is so interesting that when we start trying to describe our experience at this level, we quickly run into a wall in terms of how much information we can convey. People talk as if our modern world was incredibly complex, yet I would challenge you to articulate all of the details in even a moment of feeling..

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