Dialogue is about exploring the whole movement of consciousness. It is a careful examination and exposure of one’s thoughts and emotional processes and to see how it is affecting us in our daily lives and relationships.
You see we are mostly concerned with changing our habits, thoughts, emotions and actions but we hardly ever question the process of thought-emotion itself. For example: we go from one ambition or desire to another, be it; making a career; building one’s own house: finding a partner or finding peace. However we never seem to look at the mechanism of desire itself. How it operates. What is involved in it and how it leads to a sense of self and sorrow. Dialogue proposes, in a non-authoritative way, to actually look at what’s going on. It is NOT a discussion or argumentative affair where we try to find consensus or dominance of a particular point of view. Nor is there a promissory intention, gain or reward by participating in dialogues. If there was it would defy the process of a non-dual dialogue. It is rather seeing and thinking together that will highlight our common issues as human beings and in that clarity of seeing things for what they are, the dissolution of the false can come about. Seeing psychological time for what it is invites the timeless, eternal now.