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Grand Narratives: Unplugging from the Big Story

Our personal stories tend to become entangled with the grand narratives that shape and crystallize our social structures. These are the big stories that craft a system we are born into – and get caught up…

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Nondual Psychotherapy

Although I’ve been an ardent devotee of Ramana Maharshi since 1970, I’ve also worked as a state-licensed psychotherapist in California since 1978. Because of these dual interests, I developed a long-time desire to find ways of…

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The Mirror of Relationship

The mystics of all traditions have taught us that love is not to be sought; love is what we are. Love is what is here in each and every moment. But today we mostly seek love…

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Our Intuitive Capacity for Spiritual Wisdom: Helen Palmer

 Helen Palmer, best-selling author of books in 30 languages, reconciles psychological knowing with intuitive wisdom through a faculty of perception commonly called Witnessing Consciousness. She describes how recognizing the patterns of our mind requires a…

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God Is A Fact About Ourselves: Nancy Abrams

Philosopher Nancy Abrams presents a radical rethinking of God for the global scientific community, ideas first expressed in her prize-winning book A God That Could Be Real. Expanding on Jung’s idea that we have a capacity…

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The Mysteries of Intimacy

by Matt Licata What is the best way to prepare for a healthy, deeply satisfying intimate relationship? How can you attract the right partner? Someone who can accompany you on the path, a fellow traveler who…

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Spiritual Seeking and Addiction: Scott Kiloby

Scott Kiloby, founder of the first mindfulness-based center for addiction recovery in the United States, and author of Natural Rest for Addiction, talks about the value of nondual awareness, and shares his understanding of the relationship…

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Emotions Shape Our Physical Reality

Many people say you are what you eat, but new research suggests that, when it comes to your DNA, you are what you feel. In recent years scientists have been exploring the effects that stress and…

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