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Enlightenment’s Evil Twin

Exploring the Shadow Side of Meditation In 1974 Hans Burgschmidt was sixteen years old, living in the Canadian Prairies, working in a photography studio darkroom, elbow-deep in chemicals all day long. “Is this what life is…

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Deconstructing Yourself

I remember as a teenager, feeling that the Monty Python joke “my brain hurts” was talking about me. It was clear to me that my biggest problem in life was my own mind. I was very…

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New video for SAND14 US: The Entanglement of Life

“As is the human body, so is the cosmic body. As is the human mind, so is the cosmic mind. As is the microcosm, so is the macrocosm. As is the atom, so is the universe.”…

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SAND Anthology Vol. 4 has been released!

Another mind and heart opening collection of conversations with leading scientists, contemporary mystics, authors and teachers. Science and Nonduality Anthology Volume 4 takes you on a journey into the most compelling questions of our time. Some…

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Consciousness as a Fundamental Building Block of the Universe

In this wonderful TED talk, the philosopher David Chalmers invites for a new paradigm in science in which consciousness is established as a fundamental and possibly universal building block of nature. Consciousness is a fundamental aspect…

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Objects of Consciousness

Current models of visual perception typically assume that human vision estimates true properties of physical objects, properties that exist even if unperceived. However, recent studies of perceptual evolution, using evolutionary games and genetic algorithms, reveal that…

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About “Molecular Consciousness”

My goal is to communicate and re-establish a dialogue between scientists and laymen. If today, some insights into modern physics or biology have been made accessible to a wide public, through books, films or Internet, modern…

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Are Computers Conscious?

One often hears it said, in no uncertain terms, that computers not only aren’t conscious, but that they’ll never be conscious, that the whole idea of a conscious computer is somewhere between silly and reprehensible, and…

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