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Innocence and Spontaneity of Not Knowing, Francis Lucille

Francis doesn’t deliver a pre-planned presentation. He speaks instead in the spirit of the moment, answering questions from the audience from the innocence and spontaneity of not-knowing. Francis Lucille is a spiritual teacher of the tradition…

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Juliana Nan for D Hunt

The Altar of This Moment

What is awake—like the flow of life itself—has no beginning and no ending.  Where it appears is right here, right now.  We may imagine we are on a journey from birth to death, or from ignorance…

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He Will Break Down Walls by Building Them

He is the great unifier, but not in the way he imagines. He will unify those who agree with him. He will unify those who don’t. He is a trigger for a much-needed Awakening. He will…

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The Unpredictable Dance of Interconnectedness!

What if we have no free will? What if we are just systems that move from one state to another in a predictable fashion? Using a tank of ping pong balls, David demonstrates why we don’t…

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Being A Self: A Perfectly Ordinary, Utterly Extraordinary Experience, Chris Fields

Being a self – being one’s own self, in particular – is the most familiar of all experiences. Indeed it is one’s self that is experienced as having one’s experiences: one’s sensations, emotions, memories, feelings of…

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Understanding The Science Of Consciousness In Ancient India – Part 2

The Vedic notion of consciousness appears already to be in place by the time of the Rig Veda, conservatively dated to the late third or early second millennia BC. The Rig Veda and the other Vedic…

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The Sacred Ordinary

Where is our inner knowing leading us?  It seems to me that it is leading us home – to right here – in order, as the poet suggests, to know this “place” for the first time….

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Exquisite Risk: John of the Cross and the Transformational Power of Captivity

by Mirabai Starr On a dark night Inflamed by love-longing— O, exquisite risk!— Undetected, I slipped away, My house, at last, grown still. —St. John of the Cross Sometimes it is in our prisons that we…

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