Judith Blackstone

Judith Blackstone, PhD, is an American psychologist, author, and teacher in the fields of non-dual realization and spiritual, relational, and somatic psychotherapy. She developed the Realization Process, a direct path for realizing fundamental (non-dual) consciousness and how that can help people with psychological, relational, and physical healing.


Judith Blackstone: Can We Embody Nonduality?

Judith Blackstone leads us in a guided meditation to approach nondual awareness. Judith will teach practices from the Realization Process, an embodied approach to nondual awakening. She will discuss how embodiment is an integral aspect of nondual realization.

Belonging Here: A Guide for the Spiritually Sensitive Person

People who are able to feel more deeply and help others heal can find those gifts also bring loneliness and some pain. This book explores the most common challenges of the spiritually sensitive as well as exercises and meditations for embracing and not being overwhelmed by those gifts.


Trauma and the Unbound Body

Judith teaches the main practices of the Realization Process, a direct, embodied method of personal and relational healing and nondual awakening. She discusses the application of these practices to healing from trauma.

Trauma and the Unbound Body: The Healing Power of Fundamental Consciousness

Heal trauma. Reclaim your body. Live with wholeness. These are the gifts of utilizing the power of fundamental consciousness―a subtle field of awareness that lies within each of us. In Trauma and the Unbound Body, Dr.


The Realization Process in Relationships

Judith Blackstone speaks about nonduality and relationships.

The Empathic Ground: Intersubjectivity and Nonduality in the Psychotherapeutic Process

The Empathic Ground explores the experience of nondual consciousness as the basis of human connection, and describes its importance for psychological healing.

The Enlightenment Process: A Guide to Embodied Spiritual Awakening (Revised and Expanded)

The Enlightenment Process describes the process of enlightenment as the gradual realization of our most subtle dimension of unified, all-pervasive consciousness.


Judith Blackstone—Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

In this way, we discover an authentic, quality-rich experience of our individual being at the same time as we transcend our individuality. We realize ourselves as unified consciousness, pervading everywhere.

Zen For Beginners

Zen from its foundation in China of the 6th Century AD, has always been more than a religion. It is an intriguing system of principles and practice designed to give each individual the experience of eternity in a split second, the knowledge of divinity in every living thing.

Nondual Realization and the Personal Self

Human beings have the innate potential for an advanced phase of spiritual maturity, in which we discover a more subtle, unified dimension of our being. In the Eastern spiritual literature, this discovery is called nondual realization, or enlightenment.