• Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?

  • Richmond Nondualism discussion meeting

    17C Park Rd

    Let's have an open discussion about what nondualism means to us, anything we find confusing about it and how our intellectual picture of it does or doesn't manifest in our lived experience. What is the nature of reality to which the nondual traditions point? If reality is as these traditions suggest, then why is consensus experience apparently so different? Can the appearance and the supposed reality be reconciled? What stands between my intellectual understanding of nondualist teachings and the full, lived realisation of my own and the world's true nature in my daily experience?