- Coaching and Supervision: Individual and Group Sessions all year long and worldwide
- Introduction to Radiant Mind by Jan Hodgman
12-15 September 2013 - Berkeley, CA - USA
- The Heart of Awakening by Peter Fenner, Jan Hodgman and Portland coaches
4-6 October 2013 - Portland, OR - USA
- 9-month Radiant Mind Course
March 9-December 8, 2013 - Melbourne, Australia
Timeless Wisdom Brochure
Download a PDF Presentation of the Natural Awakening: Advanced Nondual Training and the Radiant Mind Course, led by Peter Fenner.
Nondual Training Manual
Download a PDF of the Table of Content of the Advanced Nondual Training Manual400 pages specially written by Peter Fenner for his students.
What is Natural Awakening?
The 10 month Natural Awakening: Advanced Nondual Training is based on the synthesis of Asian nondual approaches that has been developed by Peter Fenner.
Peter’s approach has been refined and tested over 40 years by thousands of people in workshops, courses and retreats. His synthesis draws on the most powerful aspects of traditions such Madhyamika, Dzogchen, Mahamudra, Zen and Advaita. These are woven into a form of space creation and facilitation that is refined, minimalist, smooth, and very efficient in the delivery of the pure nondual contentless transmission in an interactive group setting.
This Training is unique in bringing together people from diverse nondual traditions and lineages. [Read More]
Is this Training for you?
The Natural Awakening Training is for:
- Therapists and psychologists who want to explore the contribution of nondual awareness in their work.
- Coaches who have some experience of nondual work and wish to add nondual coaching to their offer.
- Meditation teachers who wish to introduce effortless meditation to their sessions and retreats and also work with nondual inquiry.
- Buddhists who function in a helping and care-giving role who wish to be further empowered in their work.
- Facilitators and consultants who want to be able to work on-the-spot and in the here-and-now, and who see value in “not knowing.” [Read More]