Category Archives: Contemplative Essays

Therapy Without a Therapist: Nonduality, Healing and the Search for Wholeness

A deep exploration of who the healer is and what needs healing in psychotherapy by nondual teacher and former psychotherapy trainee, Jeff Foster. Continue reading

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A Mirror Beyond Ideas

Nondual teacher and psychotherapist Dorothy Hunt’s wide-ranging exploration and invitation to respond from nondual awareness, rather than the conditioned mind, when working with clients. Continue reading

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Knocking from the Inside?

Undivided’s editor-in-chief John Prendergast’s essay briefly traces the historical origins of nonduality, describes nondual perception, and explores its relevancy to going beyond the normal psychotherapeutic goal of repairing and improving the self. Continue reading

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