In this episode of our bi-weekly series, Andrew Cohen explores the delicate relationship between the Absolute and absolutism. The uncompromising nature and truth of this primordial principle cannot be tamed, so what does it mean to be open, receptive and vulnerable to the Absolute, in all its awe-inspiring depth and power, while recognising and resisting the temptation to believe that we and we alone have the only truth?
The Unreasonable Nature of Enlightenment
In the next in this series of talks, Andrew Cohen explores the two dimensions of experience that truly have the power to liberate, reminding us that ultimate freedom is never found in the maze of the mind, nor in our endless fascination with the frontal self. In the end, we must always be brought to our knees by a secret that is exploding beyond time, and that cannot be held or understood by the mind in any way.
In this episode of our bi-weekly series and our first event of 2023, Andrew Cohen speaks about new beginnings – our yearning for a fresh start, a second chance in life, or a spiritual epiphany…
What he says may surprise you!
The Four Selves
Join Andrew on this mind-expanding journey into higher consciousness, and discover what it takes if we truly want to become more conscious about the self we are embodying – and, even more importantly, the choices we are making in each and every moment.
Realigning the Soul
Andrew Cohen dares us to consider the possibility that it is only through an encounter with the absolute that our souls can be compelled to evolve towards higher levels of human development – and it is only at these higher developmental frequencies that a divinely-inspired compulsion to align with the evolutionary impulse, and the evolution of the cosmos itself, finally appears.
Freedom: Absolute and Relative
Andrew Cohen invites us to explore the many different definitions and manifestations of freedom, pointing towards a new relationship to the whole idea of what freedom might mean. His evolutionary teaching adds a vertical dimension to our understanding, enabling us to reach an ever higher, more coherent, and subtle appreciation of freedom in both absolute and relative contexts. If you yearn for a more enlightened actualisation of your own freedom to choose, Andrew offers a simple and positive pathway towards greater clarity, redefining what freedom means at ground level, within the complex setting of our own lives.
Andrew Cohen defines the term coherence from the perspective of evolutionary becoming, urging us to consider the true meaning and significance of enlightenment in the 21st century. Are we prepared to liberate ourselves not merely individually, but collectively – to come together to create the conditions in which radical coherence becomes not only possible, but the very axis upon which our life turns?
Andrew Cohen invites us to dive into inspired uncertainty as a way to hold the overwhelming complexity of the relative world. Can we find the courage to deeply interrogate our subjective experience, and recognise that in a relative context there is no final truth?
Be Somebody Before You Can Be Nobody
Andrew Cohen explores the apparently paradoxical relationship between the development of a strong and healthy ego, and the ability to flourish in the context of a teaching which is rooted in ego transcendence. Jack Engler’s famous quote resonates now more powerfully than ever, and holds a deceptively simple but valuable insight for all those who aspire to progress on a serious spiritual path.
Looking For Love in All the Wrong Places
Andrew Cohen explores the complexities of love, sex and romance in the integral age, through the lens of Evolutionary Enlightenment.