“…In our daily lives, the body is seldom tasted as it is. We rarely listen to its language or allow it to simply unfold and blossom in its natural original intelligence.”
Ellen offers meetings and retreats in The Awakening Body, a direct exploration of experience sourced in the non-dual tradition of Kashmir Shivaism, Authentic Movement, and self-inquiry. In addition, she has a private practice as a Psychotherapist with a Jungian orientation.
More info about Ellen and her weekly sessions and private sessions – ellenemmet.com
An enlightening conversation with the creative mind behind Sati-AI, a unique blend of technology and ancient wisdom
An in-depth conversation at the heart of Nonduality with a disciple of Nisargadatta Maharaj
In episode 4 of our Podcast we explore the traditional Tibetan Buddhist beliefs of death and dying
Discussing Judith's new book and her lifelong practice of awakening in and as our bodies.
A conversation on Rumi, Sufism, and the deep mysteries of being
In this live SAND Conference talk Mona offers some beautiful sacred wisdom from her Islamic tradition with that special Science and Nonduality flavor weaving her talk through the ancient and the modern, the light and dark in this talk.
Exploring the cultural and spiritual practices of death and dying with the authors of a new book 'The Tibetan Book of the Dead for Beginners'
A wide ranging discussion with interdependent spiritual mystic master
We live in a time characterized by convergences of many kinds, giving our civilization a threshold of significant climaxes and challenges.
A dialog between two modern spiritual teachers on the nature and wonder of the heart
A conversation with photographer and explorer of sacred sites for the past 40 years.
A conversation with singing and muscial performances from the legendary Baul teacher and musician
We look back at a selection of talks of Peter's from SAND conferences and host a discussion about his history with science and spirituality
An hour long conversation with mystical nondual teacher at the nexus of compassion and the infinite
A conversation with Joan on the simplicity and depth of awareness of being
The seagull fears no shipwreck. Her feet love to touch the ocean...
Consciousness is not a thing. Asking “What is consciousness?” is like asking “Where does light come from?”, while watching a movie.
Not-knowing is a way of slowing down enough to see where we already are.
The measure of resistance in electrical engineering is called the Ohm. Although this Ohm has no known relation to the common Eastern chants with the same sound, it was no doubt a coincidence
What am I up to when, with a couple of blindingly luminous formulations, I claim to take my stand as Awareness and to allow everything, free from resistance, effortlessly?
For many meditators, reclaiming an awareness of feelings is a long and difficult process. Yet in Buddhist psychology bringing consciousness to feelings is critical for awakening.
...As you walk back by the little farmhouses, the meadows, and the railway line, you will see that yesterday has come to an end: life begins where thought ends...
When me they fly, I am the wings; I am the doubter and the doubt, I am the hymn the Brahmin sings.
This compulsion to arrive at the Final Truth is, of course, foiled again and again by life itself.
Silent and serene, forgetting words, bright clarity appears before you.
A poem on the impact of resurrection.
from The Wisdom of Islam: An Introduction to the Living Experience of Islamic Belief and Practice
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