9. The Transparency

Journal Questions

Journal Reflections represent an interior dialogue with your deepest essential reality. While your responses are for you alone, the relational practice of objectifying a response in written form can be helpful in achieving clarity and determining what may or may not have value to share with others.

  1. The 3 elements that most captured my attention in this Station were?

  2. The meaning of ?transparency? is?

  3. Sometimes in the middle of all of the changing realities in my life I will catch a glimpse of The Unchanging peering through. An example of where this happened to me recently is?

  4. Times when I have glimpsed the old in the new or the new in the old include?

  5. Sometimes in the middle of all of the specific detailed realities in my life I will catch a glimpse of The Universal peering through. An example of where that happened to me recently is?

  6. A ?near-death? experience that gave me a glimpse over the rim of the abyss was?

  7. From that experience I began to perceive and relate to life differently in the following ways?

  8. The personal life practices I will now begin or continue as a result of my encounter with this Station include?

*Please star your response to one or more of the questions above to write it in the “Comments” section at the end of the module. This contribution is your personal “seed” in nurturing a depth conversation with others.

Group Questions

  1. What images, sounds, concepts, or messages caught your attention in this Station? What stuck in your consciousness? What do you remember? (Recreate a group verbal montage of the Station without reflection on specific elements but simply bringing the material back to mind).

  2. What is ?Transparency??

  3. Where in your life do you encounter The Unchanging in the midst of all the changes?

  4. Talk about your understanding of the practice of Deep Seeing? How do you find yourself practicing this relational exercise in your life?

  5. Where does the Infinite appear within the finite?

  6. Where does the old appear within the new or the new in the old?

  7. Where in your day-to-day ordinary life experience do you catch yourself grasping the universal in the specific?

  8. Where has a ?near-death? experience given you a glimpse over the rim of the abyss?

  9. Where in your life do you experience an encounter with the ?barely thinkable? or pondering the imponderable? What examples can you share?

  10. What potential personal practices did you discern from this Station?

  11. What additional questions are raised for you, by the encounter with this Station, that you would like the group to discuss or address now?

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