Interview with Tigmonk
Satsang with Tiger is a rare opportunity to open and surrender into the sincerity of our ever present true nature. Through the grace of satsang I opened into receiving and embodying divine love, love that is beyond ideas of personal identity, love that is always and all ways present. Satsang feels like the ultimate homecoming where I can rest in the divinity of all things.
I fail miserably in describing with words what this retreat with Tiger ment for me. It goes sooo beyond words. How to describe the love I feel? How to describe the space I'm in? How to describe the newfound joy of going on a journey of endlessly discovering mySelf? How to describe the limitless appriciation and gratitude that is in my heart for Tiger, for the people and life itself? Don't get me wrong - your shit will come up and there will be moments were you might want to quit but: the freedom you feel at the other end is all worth it!
Sitting in satsang with Tiger is an amazing way to be taken by the hand and shown the Truth in a non-dogmatic, compassionate, sincere and down to earth way. Tiger's use of words, the softness he radiates and the wisdom he shares gently peels off every layer of bullshit that has become our identification in today's world and leaves you with a space that allows for total and utter freedom.
Tiger Singleton for me is balm for my Soul...balm for my Being...balm for my Mind... like one giant sigh...a sigh-satsang...saying All is Well...All is Ok...as I express myself better through Movement I believe my Dance could entail fiercely soft moves with some funky spices...Thank you Tiger for sharing so Well...to a degree of clarity I never came across before... <3
Satsang with Tiger is an amazing experience! Tiger made me realize that the person in me believes all the shit in the past and the fears in the future. None of that is true in this present moment. The only reality is now. Life is always taking care of me in the right way in this moment. No worrying just trusting in the beauty I already am. This was my second retreat with Tiger and I think I am a Tigerjunkie now.