Radiant Mind

  • by Peter Fenner
  • Narrated by Peter Fenner
  • 8 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Nondual awakening - the liberating realization of oneness - is the pinnacle state in the world's great contemplative traditions. While the simple beauty of this teaching has captivated many modern spiritual seekers, the social conditioning of our culture often creates barriers for Western practitioners that even the most advanced Eastern masters have never personally encountered.
With Radiant Mind, Peter Fenner - an expert in Eastern psychologies and longtime student of many Tibetan masters - offers you an effective, practical approach for Western students seeking to directly experience and cultivate the healing power of nondual awakening.
The Complete Freedom of Unconditioned Mind
Peter Fenner refers to the state of pure presence as unconditioned awareness because it frees us from our cultural conditioning that creates the sense of separation and prevents us from realizing our transcendent selves. Drawing upon decades of experience as a nondual therapist and Buddhist scholar, Fenner demonstrates an intimate familiarity with the ego traps and unconscious beliefs that so often confound Western students. With gentle wisdom, profound insight, and a lighthearted presence, he guides you on your journey through each step on the road to enlightened consciousness.
In his workshops, Peter Fenner has taught thousands of students how to attain a state known as the ultimate medicine, one in which we abide in tranquility, free from the pressures of our desires and fears. Now this groundbreaking teacher brings you his unique blend of Eastern and Western wisdom in a full-length audio workshop for beginning and advanced practitioners. Radiant Mind is your chance to experience the powerful and precise teacher-to-student transmission for transcending suffering, healing your wounds, and experiencing oneness with all that is.

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Clear, simple, but powerful

This book provides in simple terms a useful description of key teachings of the Buddha's philosophy.
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- Kb

Disappointed

The guy speaks like he is trying to Hypnotize you. The book is not orginized well. I only listened to half of the book before I gave up so I don't know what's in the second half. But the stracture of the book is bad- that and the way he speaks put me off
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- Gambit

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-06-2015
  • Publisher: Sounds True