Falling in Love with Where You Are

Falling in Love with Where You Are

In this series of 9 videos Jeff Foster will answer questions on meditation, creativity, acceptance & more. He invites us to stop trying to fix, change, heal or perfect yourself and fall in love with where you are.


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Introduction

Jeff Foster, teacher and author of Life Without a Centre, brings forth a radical invitation.

Stop trying to fix, change, heal or perfect yourself. Stop trying to become awakened. 

Honour what’s alive in yourself, honour what wants to be met. Fall in love with where you are. Trust your present scene in the story of your life!

What to expect?

In this series of 9 videos, Jeff Foster answers questions from a small audience about meditation, creativity, acceptance, about setting goals and letting go of them to name a few. We will learn how to be kind to ourselves when we mess up. How we can deal with emotional pain and sorrow. He ends with a 30-minute intuitive meditation dropping you in a sense of who you truly are, as presence and as a perfect expression of life.

Jeff also looks at the concepts of how being in the moment is not the same as giving up, passivity or detachment. In fact, presence can inspire great creativity, connectivity and aliveness. We discover how ‘acceptance’ is not something you do but something you are.

In this exploration we begin to no longer try to be perfect, we begin to see the perfection in our seeming imperfection. Trust the present moment and fall in love with where we are.

About Jeff Foster

Following a period of severe depression and illness, Jeff Foster became addicted to the idea of "spiritual enlightenment", and embarked on an intensive spiritual search which lasted for several years.
The spiritual search came to an absolute end with the clear seeing that there is only ever Oneness. In the clarity of this seeing, life became what it always was: spontaneous, clear, joyful and fully alive, and Jeff began to write and talk about what some people have called "nonduality" (which he often calls "the utterly, utterly obvious").
Jeff holds meetings and retreats in the UK and Europe, clearly and directly pointing to the frustrations surrounding the spiritual search, to the nature of mind, and to the Clarity at the heart of everything.