Dr. Charles T. Tart on November 22nd, 2009

Dr. Charles T. Tart, Mindfulness, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Lecture 4, Part 1 of 19 parts. To start class from beginning, click here. CTT: All right. Just for the sake of upholding various spiritual traditions I’ll be traditional: ;-) (Rings bell). I’m inclined to do something different tonight, partly brought on by inspiration, partly brought […]

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Dr. Charles T. Tart on November 11th, 2009

Dr. Charles T. Tart, Mindfulness, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Lecture 3, Part 12 of 13 parts. To start class from beginning, click here. CTT: You’ll find the sensing, looking, and listening especially interesting to do in difficult situations. Student: I was going to ask if you have any advice on how to maintain that during […]

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Dr. Charles T. Tart on November 8th, 2009

Dr. Charles T. Tart, Mindfulness, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Lecture 3, Part 11 of 13 parts. To start class from beginning, click here. CTT: Nobody’s asking the question people always ask of how come only your arms and legs? So I’ll give you the answer anyway. Do some people at least wonder? Student: Yeah. CTT: […]

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Dr. Charles T. Tart on November 1st, 2009

Anonymous comments: > In Buddhism, waking up might be described as the cessation of suffering because of the cessation of desire (ie ceasing of attachments and aversions). Do your experiences fit that description, ceasing to suffer, letting go of attachments and aversions?< I am not comfortable with the word “cessation,” it’s so absolute. As long […]

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