110. Sharon Landrith

Sharon LandrithSharon is a gifted intuitive and a spiritual teacher in the lineage of Adyashanti. Sharon has a devotion and great love of the Truth. Adyashanti asked her to teach 2003 and guide those genuinely drawn to the path of Truth. Since then, Sharon continues to deepen into and embody this Truth herself. She invites you to “Come home…” to That which you’ve always been.

In her presence you’ll taste a palpable expression of love and intimacy that allows you to feel safe dropping into the deep vulnerability required to know yourself as the All.

Sharon offers support for the required shift of identity that is both direct and tailored to each person’s journey.

Her teachings are based on her deep realization of silence and the way silence expresses itself in form. She notes, “Often there is still a thread that says the ‘me is going to get it; the ‘me’ is going to wake up. And it just isn’t true. It actually wakes up out of the ‘me’. “ So in her teaching, Sharon emphasizes how silence wakes up in the body and how the embodiment process is actualized. She is well qualified in this endeavor by her many years as an intuitive counselor. Since she has the ability to “read” the physical and energetic body, she is uniquely able to help unlock patterns that inhibit realization and the embodiment process that follows.

Sharon Landrith offers Silent retreats, intensives in the US and Canada and dokusans over the phone and in person. Please see more info on her website: sharon-landrith.com.

There’s a chapter on Sharon in Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Wisdom: The Feminine Face of Awakening by Rita Robinson.

Interview recorded 2/11/2012.

Video and audio below. Audio also available as a Podcast.

103 thoughts on “110. Sharon Landrith

  1. Erick –
    I hadn’t realized you were prolly a TM meditator – till you said you were familiar with MMY’s stages of enlightenment..If that’s so, and if you are curious and want to discuss how his map relates to Adya’s/ satsang awakening stages, let me know…

    Of course there are no boundaries in consciousness and stages are not all that relevant, but it seems that all my old meditating buddies that have gotten in touch in recent years want to get clear on the similarities of the two maps..as I once did..

    I’ve taken up enough space on these pages and don’t want to go into it here – so you can ask Rick for my e-mail if you like..Tell him I said it’s OK..

  2. Thanks, Jill. I’ll take you up on that. I’ve deliberated the idea of a personal, friendly relationship with a “final” teacher and elements of that are rather attractive. Of course, if I were to have to join another movement at my age I’d rather shoot myself :)

    In fact, the desire is really not there, but it seems like a worthwhile project, or experiment, if you know what I mean. Like Adya’s inner voice telling him not to stop at the first awakening.

    I’ll drop Rick a note.

  3. A wise teacher teaches through approach, not avoidance. He does not emphasise what you must avoid to escape from harm, but what you need to learn to have joy.

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