Category Archives: Radical Non-Duality

Links of the Month: November 2020

image from Pikrepo, CC0 This poem is by the winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature, Louise Glück, written last month: SONG Leo Cruz makes the most beautiful white bowls; I think I must get some to you but … Continue reading

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Still, Stand Still

drawing by Canadian artist Pierre Surtes, from my own collection (this is NOT the image in the poster I refer to below, which seemingly exists now only in my memory) When I was seventeen, my gf brought me a poster … Continue reading

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The Entanglement Hypothesis

image adapted from Pixabay, CC0 This article is a bit of a wild ride. If its subject (the nature of consciousness) is not of interest, give it a wide berth. If you are interested, then since this is a particularly … Continue reading

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Is the Self a Mental Defect?

Image from wikimedia by Nick Hobgood, CC-BY-SA 3.0 “Many were increasingly of the opinion that they’d all made a big mistake in coming down from the trees in the first place. And some said that even the trees had been … Continue reading

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Links of the Month: October 2020

cartoon by Reza Farazmand at poorlydrawnlines.com In my dream you were beautiful, backlit, noble. In the low light of the window you were leaning on the edge. The high rises and billboards for perfume and call girls, the steam above … Continue reading

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Jim Newman at the Nothing Conference

Here are some lightly edited excerpts from Jim Newman‘s intro and Q&A, hosted by Emerson at the recent Nothing Conference: So this message is really a response to the individual’s not wanting to miss something. It has no answers to … Continue reading

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Fumbling Joyfully Through the Dark

… nothing but forms becoming and crumbling into the fragments of a new becoming, without love or hate or any intelligible principle of change… nothing but commotion and the pure forms of commotion… not free, but a mote in the … Continue reading

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Tim Cliss at the “Nothing Conference”

Following are some edited excerpts from Tim Cliss’s recent talk at the Nothing Conference, which brought together (on Zoom) many of the other leading speakers on radical non-duality, including Tony Parsons, Jim Newman, Andreas Müller, Kenneth Madden, Frank McCaughey, Richard … Continue reading

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A Humble Look at Systems Thinking and How Change Happens

photo from a women’s march, source not cited As a student of history, I’m always a bit astonished to discover how much things have changed in a seemingly short period of time. Not always for the better, of course. But … Continue reading

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Links of the Month: September 2020

Oh won’t you come with me, where the Wood River flows? We’ll watch it meander slowly, as the sky turns from red to dark. And as that sun goes down, we’ll throw our arms around each other and tell the … Continue reading

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