In this video Almine uproots the simplistic definition of mastery that much of spirituality owes its life to. The common conception of mastery is here scrutinized as an overpolarization into the Known, which is blissed-out and discernible, safe and holy.
Besides the serious challenge of addiction (to bliss) that such a life faces, there is very little growth. Therefore, mastery, as defined by Almine, is not about wearing robes and going into seclusion. Rather, it is about being able to function from the silence of the mind when re-entering the human experience.
Evolving beyond the stagnant pool of the Known means going into the trenches of the Unknown, and getting – so to speak – our hands dirty.