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Loss Of Thought and Where Is The "I" In The Brain - Gary Weber

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Uploaded on Dec 13, 2010

After many years of meditation, thoughts abruptly stopped, replaced by stillness and peace, a state that has continued for 12 years for 95% of the day. How does this happen? What is like? Where is the "I" located if we use the latest scientific tools, like fMRI? Current cognitive neuroscience studies on awakening.

Presentation at Science and Non-Duality Conference in San Rafael, CA in October 2010. Other videos from this talk are @ "Practices for Reaching a Thought-Free State" and "What is an "I"? How Does It Get Built and Who Solves Problems?"

Also:

website @ www.happiness-beyond-thought.com; blog @ happinessbeyondthought.blogspot.com; youTube videos (Gary Weber - nonduality);

books - 1) Happiness Beyond Thought: A Practical Guide to Awakening" free download @ http://preview.tinyurl.com/bslfll8, 2) Dancing Beyond Thought: Bhagavad Gita Verses and Dialogues on Awakening - free download @ http://preview.tinyurl.com/k2usf7z, and 3) Into the Stillness: Dialogues on Awakening Beyond Thought @ Non-Duality Press @ http://non-dualitypress.org/ and amazon.com - paperback and Kindle, FB.

Interviews w/Gary Weber on Science and Nonduality 2013 @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=er-0SE...,
Conscious TV (What is Enlightenment?) @ "http://bcove.me/q81mq5iv",
Buddhist Geeks @ https://www.buddhistgeeks.com/2012/07..., BATGAP @ http://batgap.com/gary-weber/, bloggingheads.tv @ http://bloggingheads.tv/videos/14840, TSC Conference @ http://youtu.be/bEOujFKnHwc, The Secular Buddhist @ http://secularbuddhism.org/2014/04/27...

soundcloud channel @ soundcloud.com/gary_weber

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