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Nondual guided meditations on the nature of mind

Michael W. Taft leads of series of nondual guided meditations as San Francisco Dharma Collective. These eight videos create a teaching series on contacting “vast, spacious awareness” in meditation, as well as investigating various aspects of this awareness.

Each video begins with a guided meditation, usually between 50 minutes and an hour in length. Then a talk and question and answer session.

Investigating the Nature of Mind – Nonduality

The nature of mind is perfectly pure, crisp, clean, clear, silent, peaceful, unruffled, unperturbed, timeless, and vast. We call this aspect of awareness “nondual” because there is no observer or observed, but simply observation, or awareness itself.

It takes no effort whatsoever to notice the nature of mind, because it is always already present without any effort on your part.

If you’re interested in learning more about nonduality, see here.

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