I haven’t been getting around to writing articles for the site recently, so I thought I’d share excerpts from some recent emails. Most of my writing at the moment takes place through email dialogue with seekers who contact me through the site. This was how I communicated with my own teacher, Art Ticknor, and [...]
The Decision Making Process This decision making process is indeed good to keep in focus. Very good tool in self inquiry. My experience in ‘making’ decisions is to keep on observing and let the decision make itself known. Thoughts that arise concerning arguments in this process are usually mostly about yourself and not about [...]
Agreeing or disagreeing with teachings is ego boosting. To be unable to understand or categorise something written or said is likely to be more productive as it creates the opportunity for productive thinking and inquiry. To come upon something that you cannot easily fit into a category in your head, is disturbing. How do you [...]
Self-inquiry is Experiential Self-inquiry is Experiential I am often asked how exactly does one practice self-inquiry. I think the best way I can explain it is to give an example of how a situation could be used in this way. Let’s imagine a situation where you are talking with a friend and the [...]
Tess Hughes ‘The Non-Event Of No Self’ Interview by Renate McNay This interview was done with Tess Hughes by Conscious TV in 2011. Tess is a spiritually awakened woman from Galway, Ireland who had been seeking spiritual fruition for around 33 years. During those years she drank from the cups of Christianity, Buddhism, Vedanta, Sufism, [...]
This talk was given at the TAT Foundation Spring meeting in West Virginia, U.S.A in April 2011.