Category Archives: Clinical Theory and Practice

The Fourth Wave of Behaviorism: ACT, DBT and Nondual Wisdom

One of the many convergences occurring in our time is between the field of behavioral psychology and nondual wisdom. The “third wave of behaviorism” integrates mindfulness and acceptance techniques with behavioral activation and cognitive change technologies from the first and second wave to … Continue reading

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Embodied Nonduality

In this paper I describe an approach to embodied nonduality called the Realization Process.  By embodied, I do not mean just the ability to walk around in our daily life, recognizing nonduality.  I mean the nondual transparency of the body itself.  This … Continue reading

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