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The Nature of Consciousness, Rupert Spira

All that is or could ever be known is experience, and all experience is known in the form of mind. Therefore, to know the nature or ultimate reality of anything that is known, it is first…

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Synchronicity and the ‘Support of Nature’

By Peter Russell Back in the sixties I spent time studying Transcendental Meditation with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi at his ashram in Rishikesh, India. When he was assessing how we were each progressing in our practice, he…

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The Best Self-Help Advice

There is no self to help. The best self-help advice of all. When you try to ‘help’ the ‘self’ you reinforce an illusion: That there is a broken self, a self that is ‘less than’, a…

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Living at the Edge of the Unknown, A .H. Almaas and Karen Johnson

We are always living at the edge of the unknown, whether in ordinary experience, scientific knowledge or spiritual realization. In the realized condition, there is certainty that we know, but we also know that there is…

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Non-Duality and the Mystery of Consciousness by Peter Russell

What is non-duality? What do we mean by consciousness? Does it really exist? What is reality? Is there any thing “out there”? Why don’t we see consciousness in the material world? What do we mean by…

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Living Spontaneously With Wu-Wei

“Reintegration with Nature, which we are, is the recovery of spontaneity.” If you have ever watched an artist at work or an athlete on the field, you may have noticed how effortless their actions seem. As…

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The Silence Between Mind and Liberation

“There isn’t really such a thing as silence,” Robert Zatorre, an expert on the neurology of sound. “In the absence of sound, the brain often tends to produce internal representations of sound.” “Letting go” of the mind is as much an essential part of meditation as noticing your thoughts in the first place, in the same way that realizing that the handle of a pot is hot, allowing you to release your grip on it.

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Francis Lucille: “What We Are Speaks More Loudly Than What We See”

Interview with the spiritual teacher of the tradition of Advaita Vedanta (non-duality) Francis Lucille for Buddha at the Gas Pump. In this conversation, amongst other things, we explore the intellectual understanding of enlightenment, how our neglected bodies change…

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