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Illusions and the Mind’s Reality

By Shawn Radcliffe and Jeanric Meller When it comes to the world around us, what we perceive is not always what is actually there. This is what Einstein meant when he said “Reality is merely an…

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Dark Side of the Moon – Spiritual Teaching & Identity

A popular misconception around spiritual teachers is that their work is complete: they are free, happy and at peace and there is no longer a need to suffer. The spiritual seeker may be driven by the…

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Atlas of Emotions: Dalai Lama in the Fields of Emotion

The Dalai Lama helps chart the territory of emotion. “When we wanted to get to the New World, we needed a map. So make a map of emotions, so we can get to a calm state.”…

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It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are

by Mark Wolynn Traumas Lost and Found The past is never dead. It’s not even past. — William Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun A well-documented feature of trauma, one familiar to many, is our inability to…

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Clear Mind, Open Heart, Transparent Body

“There is no end to the depth of this freedom.” I remember hearing Gangaji say that many years ago. It felt intuitively true. But I have to admit that, on some level, I wanted there to…

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The Psychology of Spiritual Seeking, Trauma and Addiction, Gabor Maté

In this interview Gabor Maté shares his perspectives on the psychology of spiritual seeking, trauma, spiritual bypassing, how addiction might be related to spirituality and more. This interview is part of Science and Nonduality Anthology Vol.6….

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Conversation on Trauma & Spirituality

A panel with with Scott Kiloby, Richard Miller and Russ Hudson; facilitated by Julie Yau. A profound and intrinsic relationship exists between trauma and spirituality that can foster emotional maturity and psychospiritual growth. The survival response…

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Proposal for a Radical Revision of Psychiatry, Psychology, & Psychotherapy – Stanislav Grof

Drawing on observations from more than fifty years of research into an important subgroup of non-ordinary states of consciousness that he calls “holotropic,” the presenter suggests a radical revision of some basic assumptions of modern psychiatry,…

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