The Presence Process: It’s Much More than 10 weeks of Breathing & Conscious Responses
As we come out of our caves, I stand in the ultimate gratitude for a process Kirk and I were deeply steeped in during the winter months. We formed a weekly online group by which 17 people individually showed up for themselves engaged in The Presence Process by Michael Brown.
Since this is really a very individual and personal process, the group was held very loosely. There is an underlying resonance that streams through all of us that became apparent.
That I am You and You are Me.
May we blend in perfect Harmony?
We looked at and experienced ourselves below the busy doings and happenings of this tangible world.
We felt a level of connection through our willingness to make time for ourselves in a way we never have done in our entire lives. It gave us the space to recognize, tend, honor and validate ourselves along with our personal experiences for no other reason than that we, these circumstances and perceptions exist.
Everyone without fail gained some insight into their hearts.
It’s a lifelong process.
This process starts with diving underneath the façade of indoctrinations of right and wrong. As we create the time and space for ourselves, our focus lands more often on that joyous still point that exists exists within all of us yet so often forgotten.
We began to connect to feelings of gratitude for the ALIVENESS inherent in our breath.
You see, our breath connects us ALL.
There is something magical, mystical, mysterious and unknown that rides on the wave of our breath that infuses each cell of our body with life force.
With this in mind, this process opened the door to
“Everything is ok when I am ok with everything”.
Everyone had their own direct revelations as this is how wisdom speaks to us.
As Michael Brown articulates, we gradually shift incrementally from:
Doing to Being
Looking to seeing
Hearing to Listening
Pretense to Presence
Imbalance to Balance
Separation to Oneness
Reacting to Responding
Inauthenticity to Authenticity
Fragmentation to Integration
Seeking happiness to Allowing joy
Revenge and blame to Forgiveness
Misperception to Pristine Perception
Complaint and Competition to Compassion
Behaving Unconsciously to Conscious Behavior
“Living in time” to experiencing Present Moment Awareness
If this interests you, why not purchase the book or audio book and embrace it on your own. If you feel like a group for support, we will be holding an information zoom call for the next group which will commence in September. It is all complimentary.
If you are interested, please email me to be put on the list at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Presence Process by Michael Brown