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elcoming All That We Are
Welcoming All That We Are
Everything is a blessing. Everything is a gift.

© Richard C. Miller PhD

Being presence is not a prescription for changing ourself. Presence is who we are. When we are established in being presence we live in the realization that each moment spontaneously gives rise to the appropriate response without any need of mediation by a conceptual separate me. Here we live free and joyously in the understanding that we are unitive presence always expressing itself from the heart as welcoming, as love. This is meditation. This is peace. This is our homecoming. This is the fulfillment of Yoga.

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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......more
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