#5142 – Hedderman – Anamika – Chani

Edited by Jerry Katz

Traveling Lighter
Paul Hedderman

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Practical and profound, Paul Hedderman’s philosophy blends his experience in recovery with the wisdom of Advaita and Non-duality. He calls on us to consider our deeply held notions about self and awareness under a fresh light, and points to a simpler and lighter way of being in the world.

A man of no pretense, Paul’s unique language and solid presence speak of the depth of his understanding of the human condition – in which the original addiction is the mind’s addiction to being a “self.”

Filmed in High-Definition and featuring music by Kirtan chant artist and sacred singer/songwriter David Newman, also known as Durga Das, David’s music embodies a devotional mysticism, poetic intimacy, and a joyous, often ecstatic quality. David is also the founder of The Stay Strong Project and Yoga on Main in Philadelphia.

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black and white

Soft morning light on greens

a coppersmith calls out

a black and white cat walks the terrace

rumblings in the stomach

some muscles aching from the acro yoga session yesterday

thoughts about clients from the pottery are passing through


just like that

appearing out of nowhere

and returning to source

happening in this empty benevolent spaciousness that we are

everything is received already

welcomed as it is

and nobody is doing it

an open sacredness which perceives

everything as itself



The latest Nonduality Talk Radio show may be heard here:

Show #18 January 15, 2014  http://nonduality.net/15january2014.mp3 Chani is our guest and James Traverse is co-host. Lots of talk about nonduality and we play clips from Bill East, Roger Mahaffey, and Mool Mantar & First Slok of Japji Sahib.

One thought on “#5142 – Hedderman – Anamika – Chani

  1. Ray Evans

    Paul Hedderman is the Keith Richards of non-dualism…getting a few rounds of zen bitchslapping by this guy is highly recommended.


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