Non-Duality: A Study of Being 

What. A. Year. 

How to integrate? 

Could the experiences of the past year

inform and support

a practice to nourish us during the Holiday Season? 

To explore this, here are 

contemplations of Non-Duality:  

Embodying Being: Sarvodhaya (SAR-vo-Dye-yah) 

(Welcome to a audio of a meditation practice called 

"Taking Refuge in Presence"

adapted from Tara Brach's beautiful book

entitled Taking Refuge. Together we move through

an experiential map of sitting, sensing, mantra, Organasana, Mudra, Pranayama, and Meditation. 

Practice Time: 39 mins 

PDF of Sarvodhaya Meditation Map

Embodying Being PracticeBecky Morrissey
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Devadashanta Pranayama Meditation:

Watch. Listen. Feel. Breath pours from inner center into the outer pause, and back again. No duality, pure continuity. Join Becky for guidance of the Devadashanta Breath practice.  

 

An audio experience of Devadashanta Breath.  

Devadashanta Study July 25, 2018Becky Morrissey
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Reflections of Relevance |  Nonduality Practices

Pranayama Coherent Flow: 

In-breath pours into the out-breath...

pauses are the container for the breath flow. 

Just. Coherence. 

Simplify with this breath practice.

Pranayama coherent flowArtist Name
00:00 / 14:14

Synapse Meditation: 

 

Place yourself in the space

between nerve cells; 

in the space of sensation flow;

the intersection of information coming in

and information moving out.

Meditate in the Synapse. 

Synapse Meditation 2Artist Name
00:00 / 07:40

References/Credits for Practices: 

Brach, Tara. (2016). Taking Refuge: Finding Peace and Freedom in Your Own Awajened Heart. Bantam Publishers

Oshins, Linda. (2014). Pranayama: A Compendium of Practices. Yoga On High, Columbus, Ohio. 

Why audio rather than visual meditations on Sangha Of One? Here is an explanation: 

References: 

Daudén Roquet, C., & Sas, C. (2020, July). Body Matters: Exploration of the Human Body as a Resource for the Design of Technologies for Meditation. In Proceedings of the 2020 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference (pp. 533-546).

 

Hussien Ahmed, M. M., Silpasuwanchai, C., Salehzadeh Niksirat, K., & Ren, X. (2017, May). Understanding the role of human senses in interactive meditation. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 4960-4965).

 

Moral, A. (2017). Guided meditation: A regimen for mental health. Indian Journal of Health & Wellbeing, 8(2).

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