Jan Frazier – Who Are You Really? (2008-2009)
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Two talks given by Jan in 2008-2009. Who Are You Really? looks at the nature of a person’s true self, which is not mind-invented and therefore does not suffer. Jan explores how the familiar self obscures awareness of the real self, and how the invented self is created and sustained.
You can’t begin to experience in your viscera that you have constant option — and we’re talking about freedom, real freedom — you can’t begin to discover that, the truth of that, in a moment of actual life, unless you’ve done some learning, some discovery about how your apparent self is made…
“Jan Frazier’s teachings gently but insistently remind us we are already awake — we only need to find the portals back to our original awakened state. Jan is a most adept guide, well versed in the everyday habits that trip us up and pointing the way to the ones that lead us through. Her loving desire to help us know our true selves is palpable. Powerful and beautifully chosen, her words and images have allowed me to re-enter that state . . . for a minute, an hour, an entire day. What an amazing gift.” – Marie Burkart
“I had the great privilege of spending time with Jan Frazier. Having been in the presence of many spiritual teachers, I was greatly impressed with the simplicity and clarity Jan holds. Although she has been graced with a remarkable transformation, she is still ‘one of us,’ an ordinary person with an ordinary life. The difference is that she seems to live that life with an extraordinary degree of peaceful ease. She speaks and writes about her transformation and its implications for everyone in a way that is accessible and incredibly inspiring. Spending that brief time with her, and subsequently reading her book and listening to her recorded teachings, has transformed my spiritual practice and given me renewed hope that what she has is available to me as well.” – Geoffrey Levens
“Jan Frazier embodies, for me, the kindness, compassion, and wisdom that are the best attributes of a human life lived in the constant knowing awareness of the present moment. And this is so well shared through just a simple ‘pointing out.’ If you can’t ‘be’ with her in the same physical space, this CD would certainly be a worthy substitute.” – Paul Coombs