Avikal, author of the recently published book, Who Is In? speaks to Brian D Smith, author and founder of Grief 2 Growth (video and podcast).
Who is in? is more of a quest than a question of who this individual is.
In this video and podcast interview with Brian, Avikal discusses the following questions and also explains in detail (at 12:58) the Who is in?/Satori process.
- The questions “Who is in?” and “Who am I?”
- You often use the word Koan. What is that, and is it different from an existential question or the same?
- Why would anybody start asking Who is in? or Who am I? What kind of benefit might that have?
- At the beginning of the second chapter, you write about the myth of identity. Don’t we need an identity to be in the world?
- What do you mean by going beyond self-image?
- You define Narcissism as a general human condition, please elaborate.
- You state that we are all complete, what do you mean by that?
- What about attachment to the Direct Experience?
Avikal’s book, Who Is In? will challenge you to discover who you truly are. Often the belief that we know who we are blocks us from discovering who we indeed are.
- Who is in? Beyond Self-image – Sudasi reviews Avikal’s book: “A wonderful resource for everyone who seeks to deeply connect to the moment, and increase their awareness and understanding of themselves.”
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