12-19-2011, 08:18 PM
Join Date: May 2011
Originally Posted by Beingist
I've read three of Hawkins' books (one I've read twice, and still munch on a bit). I've also read both Tolle books several times, Nissargadata, ACIM, and all sorts of stuff in between all that, not to mention my translation of the Latin Vulgate, and that now, I'm into Adyashanti. You could easily say I'm self-educated in this stuff, but I will insist that I haven't really learned a damned thing.
It's not about "learning" anything, but about unlearning everything. It's about allowing the layers upon layers of beliefs to be peeled away, and allowing for the release the emotions that those beliefs have led to. This is what I understand Hawkins to mean by recontextualization.