Nondual inquiry leads us to look at ourselves; to try and see this life clearly rather than just accept concepts about it or what appears on the surface. It’s not easy, this inquiry takes time and it encompasses not only our personal life experiences but also the cultural or social conditioning we’ve grown up with. […]
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I was interviewed recently about happiness and the interviewer asked me to look back at the ups and downs of my life. I guess that stirred up a lot of memories because this really isn’t what I sat down to write today, it’s just what came out but maybe it’s worth saying because it underpins […]
Do you want it to mean something? Do you believe it can help make sense of your life? Do you seek answers? Do you believe there are those who can provide them? Are you looking for a point? Is there a chance that you’re really seeking a better, truer story? Aren’t all stories really a […]
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