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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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Who You Really Are – Can Never Be Lost

When everything falls apart and you feel totally lost and abandoned, what can’t abandon you, even in the midst of those feelings of total abandonment? Even when everything else has disappeared, what can’t leave you? It’s…

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Among the Nonduals: Exploring the True Nature of The Mind

Exploring the Mind’s True Nature “The most highly developed branches of the human family have in common one peculiar
 characteristic. They tend to produce … a curious and definite type of personality; a type which refuses…

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Do Emotions Go Away?

From: Reflections of the One Life by Scott Kiloby During the spiritual search, there can be an erroneous belief that, in enlightenment, feelings go away and nothing is felt. This is a false myth. In the…

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How Zen Masters Die

Tell it to no one but the wise For most will mock it right away The truly living do I prize Those who long in flame to die.   Distance cannot slow your flight Spellbound through…

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Living Realization, a Conversation With Adyashanti and A.H. Almaas

This video is a live stream recording from SAND14. Many people have experienced some form of realization, such as dissolution of or dis-identification with body or ego and are beginning to recognize themselves as awareness. However, a…

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Entanglement, Space-Time Wormholes and the Brain – John Hagelin

We present an extraordinary breakthrough from String theory that explains the “spooky action-at-a-distance” nature of quantum entanglement, and ties this long-distance phenomenon directly to space-time wormholes—tunnels through space. We also present cutting-edge evidence that consciousness originates…

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