The Myth of "ME" is a handbook, a workbook, a meditation, a contemplation...
The purpose of this book is to act as a wakeup call to all of the sleeping humans that require an increase in awareness to directly experience who they truly are... and aren't.
The conditioning process has begun, and the child is slowly constructing a self-image. The child is being told what it is by its well-intentioned parents who have their own personal biases and interpretations of reality; their own fully-functioning "ME"......
Who are you? If I ask you that question, you will tell me a story based on where you came from, what you did, what you do, what you believe, what you like, what you dislike, and so on....
The body and breath practice presents the opportunity to step out of the relentless flow of thoughts. There is a gap, there is some space, but YOU are still there.... awareness is still there.... and then you may notice that something is missing during this practice. Not just something, but THE thing. In that gap, there is no "ME"....
We, as organic beings residing on an object floating in space that we call Earth, are on a mission to discover how we are connected to everything in the Cosmos.
We are on a mission to discover all of the relationships to all of the beings that cooperate to create this experience we call humanity.
We are on a mission to discover love; to become aware that everything is love.
We live in a world where robots teach robots how to be robots... And, we are those robots! This is just one part of the message of Tony Spatarella's powerful new book.
All that we think we know to be reality is just a story, created by a neurotic society to perpetuate itself.
Within this fantasy world, human beings cling to a false sense of security based upon a solidified concept of "me" - the self - to give them identity and permanence.
That "me" is just another story, a mind created concept with no solidity or substance of its own. If this is the case, then who are "we", the living beings who feel, and think, and create? Spatarella's book also offers us a path, through meditation and practice, that can liberate us and enable us to become vehicles of light, and love, courage and compassion.
— Brian Burns Poet & Author of Kwan Yin Heart
In The Myth of "Me," author Tony Spatarella proffers the seed of what, in this Golden Age of Narcissism, is bound to be a wildly unpopular idea: that rigid and unchanging self-identity, and the alliances founded on shared identity, are dangerous and destructive fictions.
Next, Mr. Spatarella explores the theoretical manifestation of that idea, i.e., what the world might be like, were we to abandon those fictions. Mr. Spatarella’s challenging vision encompasses a wide spectrum of disciplines: philosophy, psychology, spiritualism and sociology.
Described as a "workbook" by its teacher/author, The Myth of "Me" also includes a number of exercises designed to help the reader experience consciousness beyond the fictional "me." Provocative, food for thought and certainly fodder for conversation, The Myth of "Me" is a stimulating read.
— Bill Sunkel Musician
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