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LATEST DIALOGUES Francis Lucille: “What We Are Speaks More Loudly Than What We See”

Interview with the spiritual teacher of the tradition of Advaita Vedanta (non-duality) Francis Lucille for Buddha at the Gas Pump.
In this conversation, amongst other things, we explore the intellectual understanding of enlightenment, how our neglected bodies change after becoming awakened and if consciousness is limited.


Since 2009, after creating Buddha at the Gas Pump, Rick Archer has interviewed 250 “spiritually awakening” people, from the well-known to the unknown, and from a variety of backgrounds and traditions. 

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One Response to “Francis Lucille: “What We Are Speaks More Loudly Than What We See””

  1. December 13, 2016 at 3:11 pm, Dr Patricia Long MhD said:

    Hello Rick Archer, its a relief to read your take on how rocks have a conscious to help me not feel so crazy because Ive been connecting with earth rocks since spring of 2013. Starting with a ice age quartz crystal rock I dug from my yard gardening. Even though She is in the shape of a skull doesnt undermine the significant information that downloads in my energy field as do the thousands of over rocks not shaped in the form of a skull. But it does seem Ive collected what could be different species of skulls Im gathering in their families. More conscious I am of the rocks conscious, more drawings, inscriptions, and crystal appear as though my meditations with them make them change and not only I see more, the download of energy I receive intensifies. It is a magnificent feeling of waves passing through me sespending my higherself in a state of gratitude and compassion. physically, my head feels like a humming magnet and tears lighten my heart. The drawings and inscriptions are not only on the surface but etched through inside the entire rock of an intelligence that blows away anything I have ever seen. Some rocks sophistication will appear not only in many layers of different images on the surface but change without me seeing it move. Im taking a big leap in sharing this crazy secret I have about my relationship with rocks, but one of my big mommy rocks seems to be speaking for all rocks “We Are Here”

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