While meditation is widely popular, with countless approaches to learning available, few address the full depth, breadth, and comprehensive nature of the practice. During this three-part course, you’ll be introduced to all three approaches:
- The philosophical underpinnings that form the foundation of all forms of meditation
- The direct path of experiential meditations for recognizing and awakening to your Essential Nature—the underlying Essence that has given birth to the entire cosmos
- Progressive teachings that support both awakening and embodying your full potential as a human being
This three-part course offers you both a map of meditation based on ancient nondual teachings of yoga, and tools that support your journey into first-hand understanding. You can experience your unique pathless path that’s free of dogma and dependency on any system, teaching, or teacher.
Meditation helps you realize that you have within you the ability to respond to anything in life from a place where you truly feel an unbreakable ground of well-being, joy, harmony, and peace—wherever you are, whomever you’re with, and whatever your circumstance is.
Please join Richard Miller for this exciting journey designed to awaken your ability to experience and traverse life with the peace that passes all understanding and empowers you to be both a light unto yourself, and to those around you.
Part 1: The Paths of Sāṁkhya and Patāñjali: Embodying your essential self
Part 2: The Path of Advaita: Embodying your Nondual Being
Part 3: The Path of Kashmir Śaivism: Embodying your Essential Nature in every moment
The following topics will be covered during this three-part course:
- Revelation and concealment
- The Nondual Map of Meditation
- The role of distress in awakening
- The five qualities of the ever changing
- Four foundational practices of meditation
- The role of attention and the role of the ego
- Fundamental qualities of awake Awareness
- Five portals for awakening to Nondual Being
- Direct and progressive teachings of meditation
- Being, Presence, Awareness, and Essential Nature
- Being a Witness, Being Witnessing, Abiding as Awake Awareness