We are all familiar with the phrase and feeling of “not enough time”. This myth is perhaps the most pervasive story of modern society. A story that feeds collective conditioning that causes anxiety and stress.
When we believe the story of “not enough time”, we justify making compromises in how we treat ourselves, how we treat one another, and how we treat our world.
We feel pressured. We multitask.
We forget how to tune in to our authentic pace, and give far too much energy to time management.
Deep Time is a state of spacious awareness, available through meditative life, which can only be entered through a doorway that takes us beyond our conditioned beliefs.
Meditation practice is a direct means for softening our obsession with productivity and returning us instead to a more vast presence of being.
When we are fully present, we are “being time.”
In this month-long, self-paced course – inspired by the Zen teachings of Uji or “being time” – Dharma teacher and author Deborah Eden Tull guides us in cultivating a healthy balance between productivity and attunement.
We learn to identify and release core limiting beliefs around time that are no longer serving us.
And we return to a deeper and more grounded embodiment of presence, in all of our life’s activities.
We can learn to live our lives in Deep Time.