Adyashanti Shares a Few Words on the “I am”

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In this short video, Adyashanti shares the universal meaning behind the “I am” and how Jesus spoke of it and was completely misunderstood.  We are speaking of the sense of “I” before we add anything to it.  Everything that we add after “I am…” is simply a description of our sense of identity.

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Sue Stunner says:

I Am

wayne beal says:

I Am !!!!!!!!!!!

joe says:

it is followed per this line by the I > I am a body…are these also a sense only or are these thoughts of the intellect… insect also has insect consciousness…perhaps both…any answers?

just random curiosity of no importance ….

Robert Hall says:

The “I am” is the isness of being.

Rose says:

Wow, that was powerfully orchestrated. Appreciate your post to no end.

mary pisani says:

For a second I perceived a fake surface where all impressions seemed to belong and move…

Baldev says:

It’s really very benificial for us to think ‘n’ per is e our self.which was devoid of till now.

Susan says:

This is true but I don’t know why or how it just is.

Amit says:

What’s new? all this has been explained a 120 years ago , in fact 2000 years ago.

Jane Moody says:

Takes me directly to that warm softness of just being. Thank you so much for your presence .

Clifford Averre says:

The mind turned inward to Awareness. That we may refer to as the “I Am Consciousness”. “Divine Love”. “Eternal Life”. We experience and know It to be nameless. Pure Love, Deep Peace, and endless Bliss.

Devapantha says:

dying, death is the greatest gift one can ever experience because it is just experiencing this immense and silent love

Anonymous says:

From somebody to No body
From special relationships to Holy relationship

Jane Bicks says:


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Stephen Reeve says:

I have been a believer of this for a long time now. It’s nice to hear it clarified so succinctly.

Christina Stinson says:

I am…….a fragment of God having a human experience….when I give up this mortal body I will return to my Source and I will be whole again…..just as a raindrop eventually makes it’s way back through streams and rivers to it’s source the Ocean and again becomes one with the Ocean.

Anonymous says:

I get why you misquoted Jesus, because elsewhere he says he is the light of the world.. however, here he says I am the way, the truth and the LIFE!

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