Deep Looking — Finding inner peace and joy
Deep Looking video
Deep Looking is a way or a technique of self-inquiry. It is a form of a dialog, a way of asking simple direct questions and waiting for an answer to come up. It is a method to uncover unconscious patterns and by becoming aware of how they are creating suffering, all that no longer serves gently releases. That way you become aware of stillness at the centre of your being and find the inner peace within yourself.
I love working with this amazing technique as it is so effective. Even one session allows a deep transformation to happen. If you are feeling stuck and don’t know how to find inner peace within yourself, you can use this technique to examine what is holding you up and free the stuckness.
The best way to learn this method is by having a course of sessions. Each session allows you to go deeper, to notice patterns that have been hiding. Having weekly sessions I can support you on your journey from tightness to lightness. Knowing how to meet whatever situations and emotions arise in a kind and loving way makes the whole journey smoother and lighter. This is a very simple and powerful practice, that you can apply in everyday living.
If you work with me, you can expect a deep transformation in how you see yourself, your mind, your heart, and the world. Mastering this technique you will learn how to find peace, that is always here. Deep Looking is going to help you to find your balance, access your own wisdom, and prepare you for living life fully, wholly, and fearlessly. It is a way to find the joy of being and enjoying life.
When I first started using this technique, I did it by myself, but then I started practicing it with friends and people I had never met. It is amazing to see from the inside how the mind mechanisms work.
The mind protects the heart. In this noble task it became confused, and suffering was created. Instead of looking for the root cause and releasing it, the mind created more and more security structures to protect the heart from suffering, and that only created more suffering. In the end, the heart may feel small, wounded, and helpless. All the heart wants is to love. It can love freely, but the mind keeps it “safe” from possible hurt. Sometimes it offers protection just in case, without examining if that protection works for the good or only creates more tension.
The heart is at peace when it’s expanded, limitless, conditionless—when it loves what it loves and enjoys the feeling of it. If you listen to what your mind and heart really want, if you start to communicate with those two, eventually the knot will loosen and the tightness will melt away. What is left is openness and acceptance. Peace with what is.