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What Exists Beyond Our Boundaries?

With Stephen Fulder recorded on February 20, 2022.

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Spiritual practice is often a journey to discover spaciousness, openness and absorption into everything else. From form to formless. From more spaciousness in the mind to subtle and beautiful limitless states that are clearly described in the Buddhist tradition such as the four formless jhanas or realms. We will explore and practice these states and I will describe my experiences of them while being researched by scientists.

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