Tag Archives: Nondual awakening

“If I had the time, I’d be like the Buddha!”

One of the common things I hear from people when I’m running a workshop is that, “This space is great, but my life is so busy. I just don’t have the time to rest and be present to “what is.” […]

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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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How will this change me—will I be happier?

A question that frequently, and naturally, arises in any type of transformational work is, “How will this change me?” “Will I be more effective?” “Will I suffer less?” People would like to hear that their lives will be richer, more […]

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Nondual Ecology

Unstructured, contentless and ineffable – Part 1 An Interview of Peter Fenner, Ph.D. by Alex Dijk for BewustZijn magazine The Australian Peter Fenner (1949) lived nine years as a Tibetan monk, and then taught in the academic world. He is […]

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Interview by Trip Overholt and Wizard Baldour

Peter Fenner interviewed at Wisdom's Soft Whisper Click here to listen to this cyber satsang via audio streaming  

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