Andrew Cohen underlines the importance of developing the deep spiritual self-confidence we need to live at the very edge of the evolving cosmos – to realise our own latent potential to become heroic change-agents who will dare to stand for and bear witness to that which is higher.
Andrew Cohen explores the intersection of free will, destiny and awakened consciousness through the lens of Evolutionary Enlightenment. He argues that while much of our experience is indeed governed by deep forces of conditioning – and simultaneously driven by positive and negative karmic momentum – we do nevertheless have a small, but all-important, measure of free will that can be dramatically enhanced by spiritual awakening.
Andrew Cohen explores the promise and perils of seeking perfection, and asks us to interrogate these delicate questions from the highest possible perspective: when we have tasted perfection in higher state experiences, what does it mean for our fragmented and ever-imperfect world? How do we embrace the apparent contradiction of these two very different realities? And can we minimise the perils and maximise the promise of these higher states?
Andrew Cohen invites us to break through our perceived limits, to take a leap beyond the conditioned mind and into the fathomless depths of the absolute. Can we authentically respond to the deepest truth about the nature of reality? Do we have the courage to go all the way?
Andrew Cohen challenges us to consider whether we can realise and attain authentic sovereignty while transcending the personal and cultural prison of the small self. How do we transcend the ego without losing or sacrificing sovereignty in any way? And is it possible to cultivate a kind of sovereignty that is not dominated by the irrational needs of the separate self-sense?
Andrew shares his deepest insights on the true nature of spiritual practice from the perspective of being an authentic finder. Through sharing his own unique ecology of practice, Andrew reveals how, in the wake of higher state experiences, only an absolute commitment to a spiritual path makes any sense – and that commitment itself is the very fuel that makes the fire of spiritual liberation burn bright and strong.