Category Archives: Clinical Theory and Practice

Toward a post-Cartesian science of nonduality: UnScience, Dzogchen, and Einstein’s folly

Clinical psychologist and phenomenologist, Ken Bradford, challenges the assumption that the hard sciences can contribute to our understanding of nondual awareness. Continue reading

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The Felt Sense of Awareness Itself

A brief companion to Will Friedman’s main article, “Inquiring into Reality.” Continue reading

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Inquiring Into Reality: A Twelve-Stage Clinical Protocol

Will Friedman’s twelve-step clinical protocol to deconstruct binding concepts building upon Byron Katie’s “The Work” and John Prendergast’s adaptation of her approach to psychotherapy.
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