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Awakening as Intimacy With a Living Universe, Duane Elgin

We may tend to think of ourselves as physical beings and regard “awakening” as an experience that happens inside our biological brains and bodies. Yet, a nondual view does not regard awakening as happening exclusively within…

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An Interview with Robert Thurman by Rick Archer (BATGAP) and Dana Saywer

Robert A.F. Thurman is the Jey Tsong Khapa Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies in the Department of Religion at Columbia University, President of the Tibet House U.S., a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion…

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The Nondual Activist: Interrelatedness & Justice, Drew Dellinger

The eco-philosopher Joanna Macy has stated that, “the sense of connectedness with all beings is politically subversive in the extreme.” In this talk, Drew Dellinger will explore the links between changing our worldview and changing the…

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Full Embrace of Truth, a conversation with Aisha Salem

Zaya Benazzo (SAND co-founder) in conversation with Aisha Salem The full embrace of Truth carries the invitation for our recognition of and merging with Reality through every aspect of Being; as Emptiness, Divine and Human. The…

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Conscious Agents – A Theory of Consciousness, Donald Hoffman

In 1869, Thomas Huxley wrote: “[H]ow it is that anything so remarkable as a state of consciousness comes about as a result of irritating nervous tissue, is just as unaccountable as the appearance of the Djinn,…

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What can Lucid Dreaming tell us about consciousness? Stephen LaBerge @ SAND15

Maurizio Benazzo (SAND co-founder) in conversation with Stephen LaBerge. Stephen LaBerge is the first scientist to empirically prove the existence of lucid dreaming. His work has developed this technique into a powerful tool for studying mind-body…

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A Radically Empirical Approach to the Exploration of Consciousness, Alan Wallace

For centuries, theologians and philosophers have proposed a wide range of hypotheses concerning the origins and nature of consciousness and what happen to consciousness at death, without reaching any consensus. Over the past 140 years, cognitive…

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How Close is Science to Understanding Consciousness? – Panel

Fascinating conversation with Stuart Hameroff, Julia Mossbridge, Henry Stapp, Chris Fields, and Donald Hoffman, facilitated by A.H. Almaas Five different scientists with varying views of consciousness or mind. This panel will be a conversation between these…

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