HÜMÜH Transcendental Buddhism - School of Ati-Yoga


Hear Without Hearing

Wisdom Master Maticintin invites you to learn to go beyond the limited notions of ordinary consciousness and ordinary hearing and discover the real power of deep listening.

 Listening is not confined to auditory perception alone. It is the cumulative result of learning to develop an inner awareness that perceives through looking, feeling, smelling, touching, and using all the other senses, including intuition, which arises from that inner awareness. It is only the limited ‘idea’ that a deaf person has to depend only on their sight to make up for ‘hearing loss’ that prevents them from discovering this deep listening from awareness of being aware. Awareness of being aware means that as you are able to listen more and more deeply from that place of balanced, inner quiet without having thoughts, ideas or opinions, you develop an ability to know immediately and naturally what is happening as you see things, situations, and people around you, and you intuitively know how to act, respond, and work with life in harmony. From that place of deep listening from looking and using your senses that is so different, because it is beyond the limitations of ordinary consciousness, you are also able to use your body as a “radar unit” and truly perceive energy around you—its movement and the nature and quality of its vibration. Gaining such knowledge and perception from deep listening helps you make conscious choices that benefit many aspects of your own life, like your health, your relationships, or your work, and also benefit others.

Wisdom Master Maticintin shows us that deafness does not have to stop us from discovering the potential that is our spiritual birth right to tap into the Unlimited Consciousness, which is completely different from ordinary consciousness. The Wisdom Master invites us to discover and explore our full potential as spiritual beings and learn to ‘hear without hearing.’

The Wisdom Master invites you to join her on the Path of HÜMÜH.