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The Pathless Path

Stephen Bodian interviews Jean Klein   Q: What about the whole notion of the spiritual path – the idea that you enter a path, follow a certain prescribed way of practice, and eventually achieve some goal?…

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A Life of Zen: Ikkyū, the Crazy Cloud

By Surendra Please, please don’t worry. How many times do I have to say it? There’s no way not to be Who and where you are. The portrait of Ikkyū, by one of his disciples, Bokusai…

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Nondual Logic

By Andrew Lohrey In first year philosophy I was never taught there was more than one kind of logic. Such an idea would have seemed absurd to correct reasoning. Yet there is a growing body of…

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Protesting From Inner Peace

“Deep acceptance of the way things are is the source of all creative change. The perfect paradox.” Being present doesn’t mean being passive. It is totally possible to deeply accept things as they are, be totally…

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Return to Pure Listening: a video with Eric Baret

Eric Baret answers questions about self-judgment and feelings of inadequacy and exclusion. His words are shaped and sustained by the nondual tradition of Kashmir Shaivism, and take us back to the simple observation of our felt…

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Consciousness as Light and Space

By Patrick Howe Does Consciousness Originate In The Human Brain? The scientific view of consciousness is unable to accept the possibility that consciousness might originate not from inside the human brain but from outside the human…

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You Only See Mirrors

Excerpt from Let the Moon Be Free, by Eric Baret What disturbs you in the presence of someone else is something you carry in yourself. You come into a room where thirty people are gathered. Twenty-nine…

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The Science of Happiness: Why complaining is literally killing you

By Steven Parton, From CuriousApes.com Sometimes in life, all the experience and knowledge simmering around in that ol’ consciousness of ours combines itself in a way that suddenly causes the cerebral clockwork to click into place, and…

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