This is an excerpt from the interview with Cynthia Bourgeault at the Science and Nonduality Conference featured in the 3 DVD set “Science and Nonduality Anthology Vol. 4”.
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This 3 DVD set takes you on a journey into the most compelling questions of our time, such as: What can we learn about the self from neuroscience today? Is the notion of the self evolving? Does suffering dissolve with the dissolution of the ego? Does spiritual realization ever ends? What is Tantric Shaivism? Is freedom beyond fear? How is spirituality evolving? How does the realization of non-duality affect the expression of individuality? What is awakened lovemaking? Has ecological activism been lacking a spiritual perspective? What role does science have in the evolution of spirituality?
Each interview on this DVD is a self-standing segment presenting the essence of the dialogues while taking you into a space beyond the questions and answers themselves. This material does not require you to adopt any particular perspective or subscribe to any school of thought. We simply ask you to follow your curiosity, watch with an open mind and invite in new insights and possibilities. What drove these interviews, is the longing to truly know who we are. Remember, there is no prescribed path that you need to follow, and no final destination.
H. A. Almaas (Founder of the Diamond Approach®), Adyashanti (Nondual Teacher), Cynthia Bourgeault (Episcopal priest), Rupert Spira (Nondual Teacher), Lothar Schäfer (Professor of Physical Chemistry), Sue Blackmore (Psychologist and Writer), Joel R. Primack (Professor of Physics) Éric Baret (Tantra Teacher), Douwe Tiemersma (Nondual Teacher) James Austin (Professor of Neurology, Author) Mukti (Spiritual Teacher), Alva Noe (Professor of Philosophy), Julian Baggini (Author), Tami Simon (CEO and Founder of Sounds True) Tim Freke (Philosopher & Author), Ellen Emmet (Movement Therapist) Amanda Fielding (Founder of the Beckley Foundation), Mark Matusek (Author), Nancy Abrams (Author), Prajnaparamita (Nondual Teacher), Ulisse di Corpo, Drew Dellinger (Spoken word poet, activist), Meriel Gold (Artist), Marlies Cocheret (Nondual Teacher) and Richard Lang (Headless Way).
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