070. Allan Morelock

Allan MorelockMy birth took place January 7, 1949 on a small rural farm in East Tennessee, but somehow I did not forget my spiritual nature in the process of arriving there as a human. As a child, I remembered myself being free from the limitations of form and language, and I made two vows: first, never to forget who I am and the freedom I had prior to birth, and second, to find my way home no matter what it took. In my youth, I experienced a nagging urge to know the Truth of my existence. By the age of 19, this urge developed into a fierce determination to find that Truth at the risk of everything – career, relationships, physical and even mental health.

My quest took me into many investigations including teaching the TM program of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for 12 years. Every investigation left me dissatisfied until the late 1980’s, when Sathya Sai Baba began to appear in my dreams and meditations. I finally journeyed to Baba’s ashram in July 1990. The moment I saw him step off the veranda, I recalled my childhood vow to find my way home. In that very moment, I knew He was living my home. In the fall of 1992, Shirdi Sai Baba appeared to me and took me into a state of union with His Presence. Over the following months, my personal identity completely dissolved. What remained was infinite formless Being, immense love, and the Truth I had sought.

Over the next 12 years I expanded in my understanding of Truth, and the knowledge that I am the originator of all existence took root in my innermost sense of subjectivity. Eventually, I found myself in a painful relationship with a woman and began investigating the human element I had been working diligently to overcome in the name of spirituality. I had difficulty justifying my intense feelings of distress with my very high sense of spiritual freedom as transcendent Consciousness. My investigation led me to an initial encounter with the embodied conscious awakening teachings of Saniel Bonder and Waking Down in Mutuality in 2002. I quickly concluded I needed help in balancing and integrating my Divine realization with my very human shadow and brokenness. When I experienced my embodied awakening, I witnessed Consciousness fall from my crown area into the Heart center on the right side of my chest.

As the embodiment process has deepened, I have asked this question: ‘What does Life want of me?’ From that query, the role of teaching Waking Down in Mutuality has arisen. I am clearly teaching what I need to learn, and have much love to share for those who dare the journey into the great Mystery of embodied  awakening.


Book: Nothing Other

Email: allan@embodiedheartawakening.com

Interview recorded 5/15/2011

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

6 thoughts on “070. Allan Morelock

  1. o ya the walking down moralist punch – fits american
    old fashoned mentality.

  2. So many wonderful insights presented from pure love and innocence. Allan is a very special incarnation of That.

  3. A simple and elegant expression of love for life’s details. What a beautiful example of devotion. Thanks Rick and Allan.

  4. thank you allan,rick,and baba for the interview.it mirrors much of my story.I worked at boeing in seattle for 32 years as an electrical engineer and thought I was going to take early retirement and play.baba had other plans.as maharaj and balsekar have said,we are being lived by the source.the last 15 years it has been very clear that my life has been lived by baba.

  5. The mind cannot comprehend the things from God because of some lack. The mind was never designed to comprehend anything. The mind was created for Reservation. It is Enormous to that end.

    When you understand that justifications only belong to the divided, then you will understand that those are unified are beyond such concepts. When you move from one understanding to another you may realize that understanding which reveals no partiallity.

  6. Hi Rick

    Its wonderful interview.. and height of simplicity and devotion! wizard of experiences! I listen to it at least 3 times so that i would not miss even single word Allen was speaking from his heart. Thank you so much for this.

    Also a note.. Just for knowledge sake not to point out mistakes!

    Its “ASWATHAMA atah kunjaraha” not “gatotkacha”

    atah …. means dead
    kunjaraha… means an elephant

    warrior of mahabharata on kaurava side (opponents of Kirshna) who is son of kourava’s chief commander “Drona acharya”!

    As Drona was unstoppable by any one on Krishna side (pandava side) to stop Dronaacharya from killing pandava soldiers, krishna used this tricky sentence to unarm Drona.. as Drona would quit the war only if his son aswathama is killed…..

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