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#2739 - Friday, February 23, 2007 - Editor: Jerry Katz

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A few interesting things that you may or may not like. Lot of stuff from YouTube.    

The naive popular nonduality from the Fifties, or was it the Forties? Did you mother sing this to you, too?   Doris Day singing Que Sera Sera in an interesting video:    

The brash popular nonduality of 2007:  

Madea comparing people to trees:  

"Let it go, let it go, let folks go..."    

And this movie is about implosion into honesty, resonating with enlightenment as implosion of ego: the final scene from Lost in Translation:        


and if the teaching of Doris Day, Madea, or Sofia Coppola is not for you, try this:


with Michael Shandler

In order to give people an opportunity to experience the core principles and practices of Radiant Mind we have designed a THREE DAY INTRODUCTION TO RADIANT MIND.

The INTRODUCTION TO RADIANT MIND workshop explores the experience of intrinsic freedom: the state in which we are aware, relaxed and able to fully embrace all experiences, emotions and thoughts without distortion or the need to escape them. Themes will include:

• Bridging the Conditioned and Unconditioned Mind.
• Simply Sitting: the Art of Natural Meditation.
• Non-dual Contemplation: Sitting in Presence, favoring neither speech nor silence.
• Understanding Core Fixations and Primary Biases: How we distort experience and perpetuate suffering.
• Expanding the Preference Bandwidth.
• Deconstructive Conversations and Meditative Inquiry

“I wholeheartedly recommend these workshops to you. In these workshops, Michael Shandler will lead you directly into the experience of Radiant Mind and offer you opportunities to directly explore several key principles and practices of the 9 month Radiant Mind Course.”

Peter Fenner

Fees: $300 USD
- Vancouver, B.C., Canada April 13 – 15, 2007
- Amherst, Massachusetts April 27 – 29, 2007
For more information and registration details click here

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