May 24–27, 2019
1440 Multiversity, California
Jun 28–30, 2019
Delight Yoga, Amsterdam
Jul 2–8, 2019
Titignano Castle, Italy
Oct 23–27, 2019
Hayes Mansion, San Jose California
With Federico Faggin, Kate Stockly, Carole Griggs, Vincent Horn, and Mikey Siegel
An Unpanel discussion facilitated by Mikey Siegel
With Robert Augustus Masters
A podcast interview
An award-winning documentary
An anthology of talks presented at the annual SAND conference in San Jose, CA
New research shows that the physical effects of trauma can be passed down to children and even to grandchildren
On dark summer nights, away from city lights, I love to stargaze and imagine that I am dancing with the stars.
During recent decades, the apparently solid view of the mechanistic and materialistic world has started to show alarming cracks.
In the context of American spiritual practice nondual traditions and mindfulness traditions appear to be in sharp contrast.
A 3-part Live Webinar Series
A 3-part Live Webinar Series
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
By Michael Taft
By Eric Baret
I have this concern about what is happening in the world. If we take nonduality really seriously, it seems like we are not concerned about the exterior.
A short conversation with Brazilian author Paolo Coelho
With Vera de Chalambert • Nov 30–Dec 14, 2018
A 3-part Webinar Series, recorded in December 2018
With A. H. Almaas and Robert Thurman
How do the different spiritual traditions view being human? How do they differ in their appreciation of the human individual and the place of the human in the total scheme of reality? A dialogue in depth that may help us see our value for the universe.
With Shakti Caterina Maggi • Mar 30–Apr 20, 2019
A 4-part Live Webinar Series
By Paul Mulliner
If we take a focus of attention inward regularly, we can realize intuitively that our conscious awareness, rather than being separate from the world as it seems to be, exists as a field of consciousness everywhere in all space.
By Peter Russell
Behind all our endeavors lies the desire to feel good—to be happy, feel content, relaxed, and at ease. No one wants to be in pain or to suffer unnecessarily.
By Rupert Spira
There is one fundamental presumption upon which our world culture is founded. This basic presumption states that experience is divided into two essential elements – a subject and an object – joined together by an act of knowing, feeling or perceiving.
By Jean Klein
Question: When we say that we must come to the end of the mind, that we must exhaust the mind, is it a necessary process, something which must happen, or is it possible to have an insight without the mind being exhausted?
I have to confess that I was a little taken aback at breakfast this morning when Ellen and I sat down, and Zaya and Maurizio came to sit down with us.
Many traditions and mystics talk about nondualism. But what is nondualism, and how have people—from different religions in different parts of the word—described this concept over time?
By Rick Archer
At this year's conference I'll be moderating a discussion between Bernardo Kastrup and physicist Christopher…
By Dr. Sthaneshwar Timalsina
Tantra in the Western imagination stands for exotic and orgasmic rituals coming from India and Tibet that blend sex and meditation.
By Mark Gober
Most of my life was spent as a materialist. I regarded physical matter as the basis of reality. From matter emerged biological organisms such as humans, which developed brains, and out of the brain emerged consciousness.
By David Loy
Obviously, that’s an important question for nondualists including Advaitins and Buddhists.
By David Storoy
The existence of an ether – an all-pervading medium composed of a subtler kind of matter – has been taught by mystic philosophers throughout the ages.
With A. H. Almaas • Sep 13–17, 2018
A 3-part Webinar Series recorded Sept 14, 15, and 16, 2018
By Mauro Bergonzi
The primacy of consciousness
image: Joel Santos Our Essential Nature of Being, Knowing and Happiness Let us start with our self.…
By Alain Joly
Here is a beautiful prayer composed by Adi Shankara around the 8th century. These three verses, meant…
With Mauro Zappaterra • Apr 28–May 12, 2018
A 3-part Webinar Series Recorded March-April, 2018
By Science and Nonduality
A short documentary capturing the intimacy, openness and deep wisdom of Rick Linchitz and his wife Rita…
With Judith Blackstone • Feb 23–Mar 16, 2018
A 4-part Webinar Series
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