What is your key question? – The True Meeting of Science and Spirituality

What is your key question? I like this one;

“What is the truth of my experience at this moment?” – A.H. Almaas

I also like this short dialogue;

-And as you’re pushing (?) what emotion do you think is being generated?
-Fear and anger.
-The fear will come first because there is something in you which says if I’m authentic I won’t be loved anymore and if I’m not loved I won’t survive. This is the source of all pathology whether physical or mental.

The True Meeting of Science and Spirituality

A Taste of Science and Nonduality Gathering http://www.scienceandnonduality.com

“This is the place where big questions ‘Who am I?’, ‘What is life?’ can be explored utilizing all lenses.”

“No question is off limits, every question is worth asking.”

“Is there a basis for what we perceive in the manifest world as spiritual? The answer without a doubt is “Yes”, but what that is, is what has been explored here.”

“What is the truth about Reality?”

“What is the Truth of my experience at this moment?”

“The ultimate science is not the science of physics, but science of consciousness.”

“The only absolute knowledge there is, is the knowing of our own being.”

“When all the talking is over, when all the questions have been asked, when there is clarity of understating about thought and metal processes and you live this truth in the world…”

“There is so much love and open-hearted wisdom coming from the mouths and minds of all these people. I guarantee you, at least one person will touch you in a way that will change your life forever. Like a pebble in a pond, it ripples out. This is what SAND will do for you.”

The mission of Science and Nonduality (SAND) is to forge a new paradigm in spirituality, one that is not dictated by religious dogma, but rather is based on timeless wisdom traditions of the world, informed by cutting-edge science, and grounded in direct experience.

See – Science and Nonduality – http://scienceandnonduality.com/

Exquisite chanting – Mahamrityunjaya Mantra (Hinduism) Mantra singer Hein Braat & Medicine Buddha’s Mantra (Buddhism)

Mahamrityunjaya Mantra (Hinduism) Mantra singer Hein Braat & Medicine Buddha’s Mantra (Buddhism)

Take a peek at hell – ATV documentary on UK ‘mental hospitals’

This is about a ‘mental hospital’ very similar to the one I worked in, at Leavesden near Watford, whilst a semi-mature student preparing to go to Teacher Education College.

My experience as a Nursing Assistant was of a re-presentation of hell – not because of the inmates but because of the way they were treated. I worked at Leavesden in the early 1960’s. Despite a small core of deeply dedicated professionals it was short-staffed and even worse than the documentary shows;

Silent Minority, aired on british television June 1981. The documentary spotlights allegedly appalling conditions at Borocourt Hospital, Reading, Berks and St Lawrences Hospital Caterham, Surrey.

The documentary is in 6 short parts.

See the work of Mark Davis