The concept of non-duality is based on experiencing the world as not separate from oneself, where awareness transcends the dualistic concept of “I-other” and other dichotomies such as good and bad or right and wrong. It involves a complete suspension of personal judgment on “outside” entities because those entities are seen as completely one with the individual, so there is no longer such thing as observer and observed. A non-dual existence involves pure experience, with no divisions between the subject and object. Non-dual consciousness has been described within several spiritual traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Sufism, and Christianity, as well as within neo-Platonic philosophy. The most common ways to experience non-dual consciousness are through meditation and contemplation of certain “pointing out” instructions, to help reveal an awareness of what is already there to begin with. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Which of the Ultimates Is Ultimate, Part 2

This contemplation has been informed, in part, by Godel’s famous proof, sometimes referred to as his two theorems.

The Taboo of Enlightenment

One of the most popular Buddhist teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area these days is not a Tibetan lama or a traditional Zen master but an unconventional, an American-born lay teacher named Adyashanti.

Blueprint for the Total You!

Today we are witnessing a two-fold process of reorientation and transformation of the type of thinking which has dominated our Western civilization.