New Dharma Introductory Call
Tara (Jikke Verhulst)
The first time I met Sat Shree something very special happened. It was like falling in love with something that I knew existed but hadn’t met yet. I was immediately ignited. When he asked me to look into the room to see who was there with me once again something special happened. I was shining love to all the beings who had gathered. It felt like being the satellite sun sitting next to the sun, the eternal source of goodness. That was the first time I felt the magnificence of “my” being.
Twenty years before that meeting I was in great crisis during several years. I was in great trouble, I was burnout, a lot of trauma was being pushed up and I had all kinds of physical problems. And I had a longing, but I didn’t know what it was I was longing for. The only thing I knew was that there was truth in the longing. I became a seeker on the spiritual path, had different teachings, but never a teacher. I got involved in meditation, qigong and Buddhist tantra.
Since that first meeting with Sat Shree in 2017 I started to understand more and more what my path is about. All the experiences, revelations, “world pain”, “existential rage”, realizations I had had since I was 14 years old fitted in together in a picture of what I am, why I am here, and what is the purpose of my life.
Though I don’t have the full picture yet it is getting more and more clear what my path is about. Serving the world has always been a motivating force. As a young woman I worked in the International Development Cooperation in Bolivia to help improve the conditions of the poor. After the existential crisis in my forties I became a Gestalt and couple’s therapist helping people to come to grips with themselves and their relatives. Now I see that the real job is preparing my system for being a channel of Truth and Love in whichever situation I encounter in my daily life.
If this resonates with you or if you just feel you want to, you are welcome to connect and share. It is an honor to welcome and introduce you to New Dharma.