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Love Is a Place – Rupert Spira – Part 4 of 4

The only activity the separate self is really engaged in is the discovery of peace, freedom and happiness. It first tries to do this by uniting with objects, substances, states and relationships, but at some point…

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Parallel Worlds

The linguistic con game of the ‘mind/matter duality’

I have recently been accused of proposing a metaphysics that simply replaces one form of reductionism with another: instead of reducing everything to matter, I allegedly ‘reduce’ everything to mind, the supposed polar opposite of matter….

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Robert-Burton

Neuroscience and the experience of the self, Robert Burton

Robert Burton speaks about the role of neuroscience in studying our sense of our body, mind, and the self. Robert A. Burton, M.D., graduated from Yale University and the University of California at San Francisco medical…

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Laozi and Quantum Physics – Part 1 of 3

Anima mundi The mind frame of ancient and traditional cultures has been described by the French anthropologist Levy-Bruhl as participation mystique (mystical participation): that is a state of mind in which the ‘I’, the individual identity,…

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Brain_power

The Reality Nervous System

“When you see the world you see God. There is no seeing God apart from the world. Beyond the world to see God is to be God.”* Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj One of the most important ideas…

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The Healing Power of Awe

Standing before the walls of an ancient temple, walking in the quiet shadow of a snow-covered mountain, and bathing in the transcendent sounds of religious music can all fill you with a sense of wonder. But…

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Poor Little Mind

Sometimes we must pat our heads and be kind to the poor little mind that has been so earnest in its searching, so certain it was in charge, so frustrated in its failure to control the…

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The Anatomy Of God: The Source

“The search for the ‘one’, for the ultimate source of all understanding, has doubtless played a similar role in the origin of both religion and science.” ~ Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976), Nobel Prize winner for physics As a…

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