#77: Primordial Intelligence – The Undercurrent of Being Alive


Discover the power and purity of primordial intelligence.

Imagine an all-pervading intelligence that moves through every cell of your being — an undercurrent of aliveness that fuels your fire. Most of all, this deeply loving energy is not only nurturing and patient, but is also fearless, unwavering and fiercely pure. In this episode Cara tenderly speaks about the recent death of her father and her life-changing intimacy with primordial intelligence. In addition she describes how the natural world is sourced from this undercurrent of energy. Especially relevant is how, by leaning in and letting go you too can access this deeply powerful and peaceful source of aliveness. Have your tissues ready.

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  1. Hi Cara,

    Thanks so much for the Podcast. Charlie and I were upset we couldn’t come North to be with you and your family because of Charlie’s health. Thankfully
    he gets better and better everyday. As a member of Unity Church I understand the Oneness you speak of and I am so happy for you and your Dad that you were able share those special moments together. May those moments console you in the future as you deal with the day to day reality of missing him. The Brooklyn Gang has lost two members with the passing of Ray and your Dad but they will come alive again in the stories the rest of them will tell. The same with your family, All the wonderful stories and memories you have to share. May God bless you in your grief and in the work you are doing. Love and Hugs, Gloria

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      Thank you Gloria. Those Charlies made quite a duo. They became little boys again when with each other. Sending much love.

  2. What a beautiful experience you shared. I get it. How ironic that death can be the start of a new awareness.

    I bow in gratitude for the loss of my own dad 10 years ago. If memory serves me correctly, like you, we had his services Feb 18. It happened to be my birthday. Giving my father’s eulogy on my birthday sounds like a horribly sad event, but it perefectly marks the profound change in my life.

    He, too, left this world in the beautiful care of hospice. As he took his last breath, I sat with my mother and my sister with my hand on his chest. So much of what you described, about energy pulling back into the body, was apparent in his passing, too. The experience ripped me from my moorings, and left me forever changed. Certainly, I mourned and still do, but nearly all the changes were good, exciting ones. The greatest loss of my life served as a springboard to a life of awareness never thought I would have.

    Thank you for your thoughts in this podcast. Namaste, Cara.

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      Deanna, thank you for reflecting back what I experienced. There’s no doubt death is as ordinary and universally experienced as birth. What a gift that we could be with our dads. Sending love.

  3. That was very powerful. Yes I lost my dad it will be a year May 3 2018 I also lost him two major ways and yes his body also shut down as Cara explained he had been diagnosed about two years ago with dementia and towards the end Alzheimer’s he still new who I was and he still new my siblings but his body just started to collapse between falling all the time and not being able to get up on his own needing to call ems fir assistance having accidents on himself to the ending part of him being in and out of the hospital so much for different ailments to the end when he was operated on May 2 2017 and the surgeon telling you nothing could be done to help him that his bowels died inside of him. On May 3 2017 I walked into his hospital room he squeeze my hand and that was it he passed away. He was telling me good bye. It is amazing how death can change everything like Cara had explained she us 100 percent correct. Thanks for letting me share on here.

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  4. Thanks for sharing your story. How fortunate that you are in a place on your journey that allowed you to understand and appreciate what was happening. Sorry for the loss of your father. Joanne

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