Author - Richard C. Miller PhD

Richard Miller's teachings come out of his direct experience of living truth as echoed in the timeless teachings of nondualism found in Advaita, Zen and Chan. He is recognized as a leader in the field of nondualism, honored by Yoga Journal and featured in American Yoga and Will Yoga and Meditation Really Change My Life? Richard is the founder and director of the non-profit Center of Timeless Being, co-founder and co-president of the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology, and co-founder of The International Association of Yoga Therapy. Richard is the author of Yoga Nidra: The Meditative Heart of Yoga as well as numerous articles including "Welcoming All That Is", in The Sacred Mirror: Nondual Wisdom and Psychotherapy. Richard's website is www.nondual.com.
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Resting In the Fire Of Awareness

We are perfect as we are. This is the ecstatic proclamation of the advaitic, or non-dual path of direct understanding. But the moment this proclamation is made, the question is often raised, "How do we come to this understanding?" This question...

Explorations In Stillness

To what are we really devoted? Happiness? Security? Love? If we're serious about living a contented life we need to answer the question: "Where, by being established here, are we always happy, always secure and always loving?" With-out answering...

Dream of Me

When I am asked, "What does Yoga mean?" I respond that it is the realization of the utter absence of separation. Everything we feel, see and touch is the Self intimately being and experiencing Itself. The practices of yoga are designed to erode and...

Yoga in the Non-Dual Perspective

Yoga, in the non-dual approach, is fundamentally an exploration into the nature of Awareness. It is not in the becoming process, as we cannot become what we already are. What we are is not an object. Our Presence can never be objectified. We can...

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