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The True Nature of Experience

Our Essential Nature of Being, Knowing and Happiness Let us start with our self. What can we say for certain about ‘I,’ our self, the subject, the one that knows experience? The first thing is that…

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Centuries of Meditations

Here are six extracts from Centuries of Meditations – a brief introduction to the 17th century divine Thomas Traherne. His love of nature and the natural world, and the childlike, accepting view of faith and religious…

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A Dialogue on Sex and Spirit

With Dr. Deborah Taj Anapol, Ph.D. and Taber Shadburne, MA Deborah: I’ve noticed that when people talk about the union of sexuality and spirituality what they usually mean is taking sex and putting some ritual around it. All…

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Shame—Dissolving This Driving Force Behind Addiction Through Mindfulness

Scott Kiloby begins a 4-part Webinar Series on Sunday March 11. Here’s a short article to introduce you to this frequent presenter at SAND Conferences, author, international speaker and founder of the Kiloby Center for Recovery….

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Escaping the Observer Trap

Are you feeling stuck in your practice? Did meditation lead to big, positive life changes early on, but now years later you’re just sort of treading water with no sense of making progress? Mindfulness meditation is…

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Meditation, Cosmology and Human Society

by Amrit Srecko Sorli As meditators we have experience of timelessness. At the beginning, timelessness comes to us only in glimpses, but with years of meditation, linear sensation by and by disappears and we see we…

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10 Zen Stories

1. A Cup of Tea Nan-in, a Japanese master during the Meiji era (1868-1912), received a university professor who came to inquire about Zen. Nan-in served tea. He poured his visitor’s cup full, and then kept…

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The Intention of Becoming One, David Cates

David Cates borrows from the science of neurobiology to describe the ways in which human beings relate, and proposes that the rhythmic entrainment of music, dance and breath is a way to reduce the tension between…

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