2021 Saturday Self Inquiry Group

3rd Saturday each month at 2pm on Zoom (During Covid-19)   Our self-inquiry gatherings are for ardent pilgrims.  We discuss and explore the nature of what is self-evident, here, now.  We expose and grok the illusory nature and appearance of the personal self read more…

Inquiry – Absolute

“If you seek reality you must set yourself free of all backgrounds, of all cultures, of all patterns of thinking and feeling. Even the idea of being man or woman, or even human should be discarded. The ocean of life contains all, not read more…

Origin of Nondual Philosophy

Nondual philosophy slowly migrated to the United States as the foundational teachings of many ancient Eastern spiritual practices for perceiving and experiencing a peaceful life. This fundamental foundation includes the teachings of Zen, Tao, Vedanta, and Sufism, along with the mystical Christian teachings read more…

Appearing Real

This life appears so real and tangible when we believe “we” are a subject, a separate self, observing or seeing what is appearing as “other” or objects. There is no separation between “what is seeing” and “what is appearing to be seen” unless read more…

Minding – Defined

mind. (mīnd)  n. The faculty of a human or other animal by which it thinks, perceives, feels, remembers, or desires: studying the relation between the brain and the mind. A person of great mental ability: the great minds of the century. Individual consciousness, memory, or recollection: I’ll bear the problem in mind. a. Opinion or sentiment: He changed his mind when he heard all the facts. Desire or inclination: She had a mind to spend her vacation in the desert. Focus of thought; attention: I can’t keep my mind on work. A healthy mental state; sanity: losing one’s mind. The thought processes characteristic of a person or group; psychological makeup: the criminal mind; the public mind. PhilosophyThe phenomena of intelligence, cognition, or consciousness, regarded as a material or immaterial aspect of reality. mind·ed, mind·ing, minds  tr. To pay attention to: Mind closely what I tell you. To be careful about: Mind the icy sidewalk! To heed in order to obey: The children minded their babysitter. To take care or charge of; look after: We minded the children while their parents went out.See Synonyms at tend2. a. To be concerned or annoyed by; care: They don’t mind that their guests are arriving late. To object to; dislike: I don’t mind doing the chores when I don’t feel rushed. RegionalTo bring (an object or idea) to mind; remember. a. To become aware of; notice. Upper Southern US To have in mind as a goal or purpose; intend. intr. To take notice; give heed: The back door tends to slam in the wind, mind. read more…