This discussion focuses on Nondual Practice in Everyday Life. When you ask nondual practitioners the question, ‘How do you practice nonduality?’ they may well respond by saying, I object to three elements of the question. First the word 'do,' second the word 'you' and third, the word 'practice.' There is no 'I' that is 'doing' anything, certainly not 'practice!' they might say. This makes studying nonduality a bit dicey! Even so, we've done a laboratory study and a year-long follow-up study of nondual practitioners. Come learn more about how nonduality shows up in everyday life - what people say they do, how they cope with stress, their health and psychological well-being and finally, how their brains function in the lab."
Cassie Vieten Ph.D
Cassandra Vieten, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, Director of Research at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, co-director of the Mind-Body Medicine Research Group at California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute, and co-president of the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology. She is co-author of Living Deeply: The Art and Science of Transformation in Everyday Life and author of Mindful Motherhood: Practical Tools for Staying Sane During Pregnancy and Your Child's First Year.