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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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Meditation, Hypnosis, and Free Will

In a new twist on the classic “free will” experiment, meditators, average people and people who can be easily hypnotized were compared.  The results hint that although nobody has free will, meditators have more awareness of…

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Life as a Meditation

by Jac O’ Keeffe You do not need a calm life that is free of chaos to be aware. Life does not need to change for you to bring your meditation practice with you throughout your day….

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Let Life Explode in Silence

Since the idea of a separate ego is just a mental construct, as illusory as a mirage, all choices and decisions occur spontaneously: they are actually Presence that appears as choices and decisions. Any event that…

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Meeting the Goddess of Consciousness – Sally Kempton

The non-dual tantric traditions describe individual human consciousness as a fractal of the creative universal consciousness that is the source of all life. As such, it is the creative playground of subtle ‘feminine’ energies called shaktis,…

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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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Reflections on teaching meditation, Richard Miller

Richard Miller describes his work using meditation and self-inquiry to awaken one’s full humanity. Richard Miller, PhD is a clinical psychologist, researcher, yogic scholar, and a contemporary spiritual teacher in the tradition of nondual self-inquiry and…

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The brain and the meditative state, John Hagelin

John Hagelin explains what happens to the brain while in a meditative state. John Hagelin, Ph.D., is a renowned quantum physicist, science and public policy expert, educator, author, and leading proponent of peace. www.hagelin.org This video…

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