Meghan Davis is a biotechnology instructor at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. She earned a B.S. degree in biology from Middle Tennessee State University. After graduating she worked as a Research Technologist at Johns Hopkins University where she assisted in the development of a novel cancer vaccine for head and neck squamous cell carcinomas in addition to studying other types of immunotherapeutic strategies to treat cancer patients. Concurrently, Meghan earned a M.S. in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University. Upon completion of her degree, she worked as a research program coordinator for the National Familial Pancreas Tumor Registry and as a clinical coordinator for the Gastrointestinal Cancer Rapid Medical Donation Program at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Meghan has authored 6 scientific research papers and has collaborated with NC Bionetwork in creating a number of interactive eLearning tools and science training videos that can be used in the biotechnology classroom.
I started working with Shusara Akona Kumara in September of 2010. It has been an intense but magical ride. My personal story is one where I was the typical human being walking this planet, self-absorbed and functioning from a victimized place. I felt like the world owed me something and that I must have been cast out of the pearly gates of heaven. I continuously believed in this fabricated story of who I thought I was as opposed to knowing that the real me is not the personal story, but God. It took a little bit of time for me to fully get involved in the dissolution work that Shusara does because the death of the personal self is a scary thought. For me, it unconsciously made me think I was crazy to believe in a guru and to attempt to change something I just knew myself to be. The “death” of Meghan was unfathomable. It took me getting very sick in 2013 for me to really go within and make the conscious choice to no longer trust in the story of Meghan and to diligently work to rediscover my divine nature. This dissolution work, offered by Shusara, has allowed me to shift from the personal story of Meghan, who always felt victimized, unloved and not valued by society, to being one where I am constantly working on expanding my consciousness and awakening to God within. I consistently work on dissolving the mind and no longer identifying with the belief systems that made me consistently feel victimized and separate from society, and God as well. I had to drop the stories that I had held onto feverishly because I had to realize that the story of Meghan is just a pattern that runs over and over again. It’s like a computer program stuck in a positive feedback loop. But I was shown how to break the cycle!
The work at The Kumara Center for Spiritual Awareness (TKCSA) has allowed me to begin the process of breaking down the belief structure that has been created by the collective. It has allowed me to step outside the pattern and see the pattern for what it is. I can testify that the work that is offered at TKCSA can be scary and intense; however, TKCSA offers an amazing support system that has made this walk easier. TKCSA has helped me to see through the construct of lower mind and function in this world from a different place. I have seen first-hand the difference between being OF the world versus just being IN the world. I can say that one of the most mind-blowing aspects of my ride is that I can finally open up to love and to be loved. That is a huge accomplishment for me and one that I cherish and have deep gratitude for. I thank Shusara and TKCSA for their selfless acts of service to help open my eyes and heart to the beauty offered in this world, as well as helping me to walk through the shadow of death so I could begin the process of awakening. The dissolution work offered at TKCSA is priceless and I highly encourage everyone to open their hearts and minds to this exceptional organization.