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The Illusion of Self

by Alireza Nurbakhsh Each of us tends to think of him- or herself as a distinct being, a “self” that is both separate from other people and separate from our bodies and our perceptions, thoughts and feelings. (more…)

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Archives Issue #79

THIS ISSUE IS PART OF AN EARLIER SET OF ISSUES #1 – #79 THE MASTER-DISCIPLE RELATIONSHIP REVISITED – Discourse by Alireza Nurbakhsh SUBSTITUTIONARY PRAYER AND THE STIGMATA OF ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI by Dorothy Buck STUDENT-SELF AND TEACHER-SOUL by Mark Nepo THE QUESTION OF SHIBLI’S INSANITY by Kenneth Avery SPEAKER, VOICE AND AUDITION IN THE […]

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