Tag Archives: Awareness

The ultimate goal of all striving

Buddhism captured my attention over 40 years ago when I was a university student. The idea that our needs and preferences are the source of our suffering made immediate sense at an intellectual level. Having what we don’t want, and […]

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Revealing Nondual Awareness

The Progressive Presencing of Co-emergent Wisdom [1] Peter Fenner, Ph.D. Copyright © Peter Fenner, 2011 Introduction In this article I’d like to layout the way in which I introduce people to nondual awareness, particularly in terms of how I initially […]

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Natural Silence and Profound Unthinkability

In Java, Indonesia, there are mystical communities who spend time silently together after an evening meal. They do not meditate, nor do they ‘relax’ or snooze. Rather, they sit attentively together in shared silence, just being with each other in […]

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Selflessness and the Mandala of Pure Perception

By Peter Fenner, Ph.D. The buddhas teach that there is a self, that there is no self, and that there is neither a self nor the absence of a self. Nagarjuna The flower’s perfume has no form, but it pervades […]

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