Miranda Macpherson – Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview
Rick Archer, founder of Buddha at the Gas Pump, interviews Miranda about her journey of awakening and insights gleaned from the process of ‘coming down from the mountain’. Miranda shares on the importance of psychological integration to help integrate into daily life the deep realisation of no-self, and the support we can cultivate to support being as we truly are.
Miranda Macpherson is a spiritual teacher, counsellor and author of ‘Boundless love’. Known for her depth of presence and refined capacity as a guide into direct experience of the sacred, Miranda teaches and transmits a powerful synthesis of self-inquiry, depth psychology, devotion and meditation. Inspired by Ramana Maharshi, A Course in Miracles, and extensive study into the world’s wisdom traditions, Miranda has over twenty years teaching experience internationally. In 1996 she founded the ground breaking ‘Interfaith Foundation’ in London, and during her 10 years as spiritual director she trained and ordained over 600 ministers and spiritual counselors. She is now based in the San Fransisco Bay Area, and leads retreats and ongoing programs internationally for those wanting to substantially deepen their practice. Miranda offers an integrated and feminine approach to non-dual realization oriented at facilitating direct spiritual experience while providing a practical foundation for authentic transformation. Her clarity and love offers a deep holding in which to rest undefended in the present, taste deeper levels of consciousness and discover how to embody wisdom in daily life.