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Have you heard of Barry Long?
One of the greatest sources of inspiration for Eckhart Tolle as well as many others, Barry Long is a late Australian born spiritual teacher and tantric ‘master of the west’. He taught about Love between man and woman, Love of God.
Unlike other masters of his day, Barry Long taught both man and woman to ‘go all the way for love’ and the importance of monogamous relationship in ending restlessness, discontent and the cycles of excitement and emotional pain. Barry was not a fan of drug use and often taught those that came to him that they had to ‘dry up’ from their old sexual ways before they would see greater progress on their spiritual path.
Barry’s teachings are unique and compliment Eckhart Tolle’s as well as J. Krishnamurti’s while adding much more needed depth into topics that really matter, such as intimate relationships, getting your life right, being honest to love, being free of emotional pain, true tantra, ending restlessness in man, empowering woman to make real changes, the difference between sex and love, and much more.
Barry’s website is here:
Scenes From an Enlightened Life (Introduction to Barry)
Barry’s talk “Being Honest to Love” is here:
Barry’s advice to woman:
“Be open to Love, not sex.”
“You’ve got to put honesty before love from the beginning or your relationship is doomed”
“The person you are is not the reality you are. The infinitely more intelligent reality behind your person is what I endeavour to speak to.”
“Are you excited? Don’t worry, it won’t be long before you are depressed.”
“Is Love not enough for you?”
Enjoy the ride 😊
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