Category Archives: Contemplative Essays

The Paperwhite’s Lesson Plan

  Part 1 – A Confession Cold snowy day in early January. I bring four paperwhite (narcissus) bulbs into our pre-service teacher education literacy class. Around the circle, hand-to-hand, crinkling brown dry skin invokes language while fingers point to tiny … Continue reading

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When Presence Is the Psychotherapist

  Rob and I have worked together for about a year, with me in the role of his therapist. We share a passionate engagement peering into the mystery of consciousness in very different ways and exploring how this lives in … Continue reading

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Relationship vs. Relating

Bringing Our Togetherness Back to Life By Jeannie Zandi By showing us who we are and how to live surrendered to what is, nondual wisdom can greatly minimize the suffering that is our common human affliction in a separation-based society.  … Continue reading

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