Category Archives: Dzogchen

Mirror Neurons – Embodied Cognition

Mirror neurons may have significant implications for meditators and spiritual practitioners. Continue reading

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The Great Divide – Non Dual/Dual Meditation

Dualism is a crucial issue in the understanding and practice of meditation. Continue reading

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Putting the Meditator at the Centre of the Research

Meditators know the most about meditation, if science ignores them they miss a trick. Continue reading

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Is Mindfulness Buddhist and Does its Social Context Matter?

Can mindfulness be regarded as a Buddhist practice? Continue reading

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