A Tayu Perspective on Forgiveness
Rob Schmidt, Ph.D., Tayu Meditation Center Spiritual Director
Original date: Wednesday, May 6, 2009

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What does it mean to truly forgive? Opening the heart may sound easy, but when our minds are clouded with agendas and projections that we have not examined, the best we can generally achieve is some conditional form of oneupmanship. Genuine compassion requires a surrender in our hearts of that within us that separates us from others. When our forgiveness is unconditional and our willingness to see the other is sincere, then our hearts can become conduits for divine Mercy. Join us for an unusual, unexpected, and totally spontaneous discussion on Tayu's perspective on forgiveness.

Rob Schmidt directs Tayu Meditation Center, the owner and operator of Many Rivers. In his training with Tayu founder Robert Daniel Ennis, in books as unlike each other as God Is Gay and Archaeologies of Sexuality, and in his work with Tayu practitioners, he has long sought to embody an erotically-charged purity untainted by desire or selfish agenda.

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