Bart Marshall at Buddha at the gas pump
I recently gave a talk at the November TAT retreat in Penn Scenic Vue and in Philadelphia, to The Om Group, which I organized as an analogy to a medical problem. Here’s the notes from it. The Dis-ease, existential discontent. Diagnosis: Seeker, seeker of Truth, of who/what you really are. Symptoms include feeling [...]
“Everything fades away on Earth, Spirit, Beauty, Grace, Talent, as an ephemeral flower that is knocked down by the lightest wind.” This quotation is written on a plaque which is wedged between stacks of human bones at the Catacombs in Paris, France. There is a sign at the entrance to these Catacombs which says; Stop, [...]
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.