Magdi Badawy: Nonduality
There is no higher contemplation than the contemplation of truth, the contemplation of the reality and universality of consciousness.
Our inquiry into the belief that consciousness is personal and limited as well as our contemplation and love of truth removes the sense of lack and separation revealing the eternity and infinity of consciousness.
Since 2011 Magdi is offering Satsang (gatherings of truth lovers: starting with a meditation, followed by the opportunity to ask questions). Magdi speaks out of his own experience and points directly to the source, to our true and universal nature.
Who is Magdi Badawy…
I am encouraging you to contemplate that you are not what you imagine yourself to be. I am sharing a methodology which may free you from the unhappy sense of limitation and from the grip of negative emotions.
There is a saying: ‘That which is real never comes into existence and that which comes into existence is not real.
Satsang is a holy meeting of like minded people gathering around their shared love for truth. Satsang is a meeting at the level of the mind and heart. In Satsang we explore via higher reasoning the nature of experience and we soak in the divine presence which is available, as Jesus said, whenever two or more meet in my name (I am).
Can I trust you?
Trust your understanding.
Trust your inner intuition and trust that with which you resonate.
Understanding is about the message and not the messenger. Follow your inner guidance.
Magdi is a friend along the path.
If your contemplation and your understanding is true, you will know it internally. You will find yourself happier and happier without any cause. The perfume of peace, love, beauty and understanding will fulfill you.
We do not speak about transformation or about gaining anything or attaining any state. Rather we speak about understanding and about clarity about our true nature which is veiled by false beliefs about ourselves, about consciousness.
Although we have an inkling of our true nature, the causeless peace of being, we are entangled in thinking on behalf of a separate me, a separate self which does not exist outside of our belief in it.