Total Honesty




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Published on Dec 18, 2014

Honesty is not found in revealing the truth, but in understanding how deeply afraid of it we are. Honesty is a test of love, a measure of how safe we feel and how aware we are. Honesty is not about self betrayal or senseless embarrassment; but the visceral integrity of the self.

Every human being dwells intimately close to a door of revelation they are afraid to pass through. The ability to speak the truth is as much the ability to describe what it is like to stand in trepidation at this door, as it is to actually go through it and become that beautifully honest spiritual warrior, equal to all circumstances, we would like to become.

Where we cannot go in our mind, our memory, or our body is where we cannot be wholehearted and free with another, with the world, or with our self. The invitation is to look, to explore, to be real, to finish unfinished conversations, to bring openness, love and aliveness into our relationships and enduring inner peace to our self. (Inspired by the poetry of David Whyte)

Meetings in the Byron Bay Region
David Whyte essay - Film by Mark Pellington - Michael Sanford casting, Jeff Rona's music and Matt Roe's wonderful images. This film was made by Mark Pellington as an exercise in process, to explore his own progress and personal feelings towards loss, grief, and healing.


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