Not only will we not find an I, we don’t need one!

  So, let’s look at some logical arguments to prove how there can’t be a separate “I.” It’s just not viable. One of the arguments is called “one or many”: If something exists, it’s either one thing or more than one. So listen.   I will make a...
Postcard 13 from Robina: Israel, Monday August 29, 2011

Postcard 13 from Robina: Israel, Monday August 29, 2011

I left Toulouse on the first day of the Universal Wisdom Education (UWE) conference at Institut Vajra Yogini – what a pity I couldn’t participate. My old friend Ven. Connie Miller was there: she’s been working for thirty-plus years on what Lama...