In true awakening, there is neither a death nor a transcendence of ego. Instead, the location of self is released from its entanglement with the unconscious ego (in other words, the conglomeration of conditioned mental, emotional, and physical responses).
The Undivided Journal of Nonduality & Psychology, 2016
The striving for spiritual attainment while excluding the personal dimension of life, is often a big error on the path of spiritual inquiry. Ignoring unresolved psychological contractions is a danger that is frequently overlooked in the process of awakening.
If you are willing to open to the totality of your experience, to be unwaveringly intimate with this moment and each moment as it unfolds, you will discover the radiant truth of wholeness that is at the core of everything.
Something that has never happened before is happening today: we can actually participate in the awakening process. Historically, enlightenment has been regarded as an extraordinary experience, usually reserved for the male aspirant.
An Interview with Amoda Maa, written by Monika Wilkens, published in FREE Magazine, Spring 2014
In a tent in Ängsbacka sits a dark-haired woman dressed in light clothes who is holding satsang, we in the audience sit below on the floor and listen to her whilst she talks about the awakening of our time.