Moshe Gersht is the author of It’s All the Same to Me, a book about the equanimity we discover beyond our mind’s ideas of how life should go.
This kind of equanimity or “sameness” is the exact opposite of dull, boring, or cookie-cutter. When we sense our shared oneness, the light in all things, as Moshe describes it, we see ourselves being lived.
“It’s all the same to me” because it’s all amazing, full of wonder, joy and creativity. Only minds produce boredom or dullness. Our nature is creativity and action; we discover those beyond the surface appearance of things.
In this conversation, we discuss Moshe’s past as a rock star and how an inner nudge took him away from the music industry at age 20.
We discuss his definition of a problem, simply as something that doesn’t go according to our plan (isn’t that the truth?!).
We discuss his view of what feelings show us, how equanimity plays with intentions and plans, and so much more.
I know you’ll love Moshe after hearing this conversation. Enjoy!
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