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Loving Awareness: Truth Beyond Thought

Nondual Awareness moves as Love Nondual awareness has been called the underlying, non-conceptual unity and essence of life, experience, and knowing. Yet its awakened movements in the body-mind include more than the pure, clear seeing of…

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Daoist Wisdom For Our Times, a video with Shantena Sabbadini

Shantena Sabbadini gives the audience at SAND Italy the benefit of his twin passions, quantum physics and the Daoist masters of China and their classic texts. He comments on the first chapter of the Daoist classic,…

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Beyond The Appearance of Separation: video with Jude Currivan

Speaking at SAND18 Italy, Jude Currivan explores the theme of unity expressed in diversity and lists some recent supporting evidence since the publication of her book The Cosmic Hologram. Describing the discovery of the uniformity of…

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And God Created Man In His Own Image

by Nick Roach The title is from the Bible, Genesis 1:27. The passage goes on to say “…in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” Apparently philosophers and theologians have…

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Suffering is Optional: video with Gail Brenner

Speaking at SAND18 Italy, Gail Brenner tells us that we don’t have to believe what our thoughts tell us about ourselves, about other people or about the world, and that at any moment we can bring…

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The Two Selves Within Us

By Rajeev Kurupati The 13th century Persian mystic, Rumi, expresses a distinction between the two selves within us in the poem “Two Kinds of Intelligence.” There are two kinds of intelligence: one acquired, as a child…

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The Essence of Being, Peter Russell

Speaking at SAND18 Italy, Peter Russell asks the perennial question: How can we be more at peace? He invites us to pause our thinking and doing and notice what is actually present, and reminds us of…

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Yoga is a Celebration of Life, Eric Baret

Eric Baret points out that there are no sculptures of yogic asanas in Indian temples before the modern era. He describes today’s yoga as a commercial project, a kind of yoga irrelevant to the ancient traditions….

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