A Mirror Beyond Ideas

Whether we function as psychotherapist/client, teacher/student, parent/child, partner/ friend, loved one or enemy, we are continually functioning as a mirror to the apparent “other.” In our daily life, what mirror are we holding? Who are we seeing sitting across from us in the consulting room, or in the mirror each morning? What is being reflected in the mirror of our mind? And from what dimension of our Being are we seeing, moving, speaking, or responding?

Mirror Beyond Ideas

 

About Dorothy Hunt

Dorothy Hunt, L.C.S.W., founder of the San Francisco Center for Meditation and Psychotherapy, has practiced psychotherapy since 1967 and currently serves as Spiritual Director of Moon Mountain Sangha, Inc., teaching at the request and in the spiritual lineage of Adyashanti. Dorothy is the author of Only This!, editor of Love: A Fruit Always in Season, and a contributing author to both The Sacred Mirror and Listening from the Heart of Silence. For more information, you may visit www.dorothyhunt.org or call 415-567-8404.

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One Response to A Mirror Beyond Ideas

  1. Joseph Forsyth says:

    Who are we seeing sitting across from us in the consulting room, or in the mirror each morning? The observer is the observed. No other who. Only That, One without a second.Seeing through Presence= Clarity.

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