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Premyoga Center


The Society for The Infinite Spark of Being




Drepung Gomang Monastery Monks
Sacred Arts Tour

June 12-17 2018

from "One Taste of Mahamudra" links


Some helpful Meditation links

"Have a good heart, act with kindness; nothing is more important than that." - Patrul Rinpoche


Of that of which I am certin
The things that I useto be certin of, Iam nolonger certin of.
The things that I useto be certin of, that Iam still certin of,
Iam nolonger certin of in the way I useto be certin of them and altho I can't be certin,
I can be fairly certin that this is not going to stop.
~Macrina Wiederkehr



Stuart Nonduality & Beyond MeetupCheck out our Meetup website listing for

RSVP next meeting June 19th
June is a month for

Awareness Awakening

Everything abides timelessly in totally pure awareness-naturally occurring timeless awareness-there is nothing whatsoever other than this.

Will try starting with some preliminary’s again
first clearing past patterns to become more present.
check out Hooponopono

Tonight’s theme is Reflections on "Time" & "Space"
At this meeting we will be taking an expansive exploration of our own measures of time and space...

Check I on how everyone is getting along with the mind training in preparation for the 1/2 day retreat

Continuing our practice of:
Meditating like a Mountain and integrating more sound, light and feeling into our practice

The Prana Ananda Meditation

Exploring the direct immediate experience

Come join us with a open mind and light heart


All Are Welcome
we begin again anew every week
as well as carry on from where we left off...+

We will be working with the text

The Meditations of Longchen Rabjam: A Guide to the Four Chog Zhag and Three Samadhis of the Chöying Dzöd
by Peter Barth
a.k.a.Lama Thapkhay

See below for link to the $5. Kindle edition



Thuksey Rinpoche 1974

Mahamudra Center

books by Peter Barth Lama Thapkhay

A Guide For Mahamudra Meditation

The Meditations of Longchen Rabjam: A Guide to the Four Chog Zhag and Three Samadhis of the Chöying Dzöd

Piercing the Autumn Sky: A Guide to Discovering the Natural Freedom of Mind

$5 deals in Amazon Kindle edition


Mahamudra & Dzogchen links




Shanti will be co hosting with John Pellicci
Wed June 20th discussion...
"Awareness Awakening..."

@ the Buddhist meetup group
in Stuart FL

Awareness Awakening
Mini Retreat Sat. the 23rd


Buddhism and Science videos

(door to Reference page )

Dagpo Tashi Namgyal:

Elevate your experience and remain wide open like the sky.
Expand your mindfulness and remain pervasive like the earth.
Steady your attention and remain unshakable like a mountain.
Brighten your awareness and remain shining like a flame.
Clear your throughtfree wakefulness and remain lucid like a crystal.


Let go of what has passed.
Let go of what may come.
Let go of what is happening now.
Don't try to figure anything out.
Don't try to make anything happen.
Relax, right now, and rest.

Some of the Mantras we explored last Tues.

Reggae do Ganesha 5:46

Nataraj -Dub Mantra Joss Jaffe 4:55

Saraswati - A reggae tribute to the Goddess 6:55

Hare Krishna mantra 9:06






Trusting Your Inner Guidance
Free Prerecorded Video Broadcast
June 20th Wed.
9:00 PM EDT




Adyashanti website


Resurrecting Jesus - Embodying the Spirit of a Revolutionary Mystic at Adya's store $19.00 Printed Copy

End of the year bonus from Sounds True
Listen to Adyashanti:
Embracing the World: Resurrecting Jesus



Rupert Spira


Rupert Spira Live Webinar

Rupert Spira
Next Live Webinar
14th, 21st, 28th
11:30am EST
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Rupert Spira





  From an early age Rupert was deeply interested in the nature of Reality. For twenty years he studied the teachings of Ouspensky(student of Gurdjieff), Krishnamurti, Rumi, Shankaracharya, Adi Da Samaraj, Ramana Maharshi, Nisargadatta and Robert Adams until he met his teacher, Francis Lucille, thirteen years ago. Francis introduced Rupert to the teachings of Jean Klein and Atmananda Krishnamenon and, more importantly, directly indicated to him the true nature of experience.  
Are There Stages of Realization?
Rupert Meditations
Life after Awakening
Awareness Knows Itself by Itself an interview with Rupert Spira


Integrating Advaita with Other Disciplines
Non-Duality and the Nature of Experience
with Paul J. Mills of UC San Diego and Rupert Spira




Satsang with Mooji

Sunday Satsang
Mooji TV

Or on buddleia media

most recent broadcast recordings

Mooji's website

Mooji Sangha community

UK Sangha

LINK to Mooji TV Live & prerecorded

"Satsang is the invitation to step into the fire of self-discovery.
This fire will not burn you, it will only burn what you are not!"

Quote of the Day



Mooji Answers on vimeo

Mooji in Dub by Jonahgold
Mooji in Dub by Jonahgold

Today's Quote



The Invitation Toolkit
~ Immediate Awakening for Everyone ~


A Simple and Profound Introduction to Self-Inquiry +


No 'You' no 'I' only Am
A guided Meditation with Mooji



Today's Quote from Mooji

Forgiveness, Relationships and the Realization of the Self,
Interview with Kenneth Bok
Kenneth Bok from ACIM
explained A Course in Miracles and Buddhism:
A Comparison




Events & Gatherings

meetup in FL

meetup in CA

meetup in CA 2

"The Open Way"
with Cory Bright Way






The Open Way


Non-Duality America
the movie

Western Masters of Non-Duality

Western Masters of Non-Duality
With the following Masters
Rupert Spira
Scott Kiloby
Gary Crowley
Randall Friend
& Greg Goode

Nonduality America link
the image above is also the link

for transcript of the movie
Check out Non-Duality America
Starts below
In the Round: Nondual Roundtable [Part 1]
find Round One Questions
What is Nonduality?

Rupert Spira~
could be said to be the experiential understanding that experience does not comprise two parts, a perceiving subject and a perceived object, but is rather one seamless whole. In this revelation the distance, separation or otherness between oneself and all objects, people and the world is seen to be and to have always been utterly non-existent.

Love, peace and happiness are some of the names that are sometimes given to this experiential realization but are usually misinterpreted by thinking. In conventional dualistic thinking we feel, “I love you.” In the living experience of non-duality, the I and the you dissolve, leaving only love.


Nonduality does not mean we do not exist-but it does mean we do not exist as we think we do.
According to the nodule-view, the phenomena, boundaries, and formations which constitute our world are but a fleeting illusion, empty of separate existence.
In relative terms, things are exactly as they seem.
But Ultimately, everything Is As It Is, everything is One.
In theistic language, Everything Is God.


Advanced Ho'oponopono

Click here for info and meditations


What is Squirrel Nonduality?


Juicy Squirrel Happiness ~ Squirreluminosity
Satsang with Mr.Nut ~ The Book of the Great Squirrel!


Satsang with Mr.Nut - Be Kind


What Is My True Nature? (Parts I-V)

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