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Peace.
But a reflection
offered by the White Robed Monks of St. Benedict
upon the following abstracts. Peace and Joy!

You should therefore crease from practice
based upon intellectual understanding,
pursuing words and following after speech,
and learn the backward step
that turns your light inwardly
to illuminate your self.
Body and mind of themselves will drop away,
and your original face will be manifest.
Fukanzazengi

Unless you have the mind of a child,
you cannot enter the kingdom of heaven
(Matthew 18:1-4)
What is the mind of a child, but
non-dual.

NOTE: Under the copywrite of Neti Net Media, LLC. and with permission,
the following abstracts appear from the Program and Research Abstracts prepared for
the Science and Nonduality Conference,
held in San Rafael, California, USA, October 21-25, 2009, Thank you.

Science and Nonduality Conference Research Abstracts

Table of Contents/Index

Field Index to topics below:

1.0000 Philosophy
2.0000 Experiential Approaches and Spiritual Paths
3.0000 Culture and Humanities
4.0000 Cognitive Sciences and Psychology
5.0000 Neuroscience
6.0000 Physical and Biological Sciences
7.0000 Experiential
1.0000 Philosophy
1.0100 Advaita-Vedanta 1.0200 Behaviorism
1.0300 Buddhist Philosophy 1.0400 Consciousness 1.0500 Cosmology 1.0600 Deconstruction
1.0700 Eastern philosophy
1.0800 Emptiness 1.0900 Enlightenment/Liberation/Realization 1.1000 Epistemology and Knowledge 1.1100 Free will and Nonduality 1.1200 Hermeneutics
1.1300 Idealism
1.1400 Language and Nonduality 1.1500 Materialism and Nonduality 1.1600 Miscellaneous
1.1700 NeoAdvaita
1.1800 Nondual Inquiry 1.1900 Personal Identity and Nonduality 1.2000 Philosophy (Eastern) 1.2100 Philosophy (Western) 1.2200 Postmodern Approaches 1.2300 The Concept of Nonduality 2.0000 Experiential Approaches and Spiritual Paths
2.0100 Advaita-Vedanta 2.0200 Buddhism
2.0300 Christianity 2.0400 Consciousness and Awareness 2.0500 Devotional approaches 2.0600 Doership/Nondoership
2.0700 Emptiness Teachings 2.0800 Enlightenment/Liberation/Realization 2.0900 Islam
2.1000 Judaism 2.1100 Kabbala
2.1200 Meditation 2.1300 Miscellaneous
2.1400 Mysticism (Eastern) 2.1500 Mysticism (Western)
2.1600 Neo-Advaita
2.1700 Nondual Inquiry 2.1800 Pure Land Buddhism
2.1900 Satsang
2.2000 Shamanism 2.2100 Spiritual Healing
2.2200 Sufism 2.2300 Theravada
2.2400 Tibetan Buddhism
2.2500 Vajrayana/Tantra
2.2600 Vipassana/lnsight Meditation
2.2700 Zen 3.0000 Culture and Humanities
3.0100 Anthropology
3.0200 Art and aesthetics 3.0300 Criticism
3.0400 Deconstruction
3.0500 Education 3.0600 Ethics and Legal Studies
3.0700 Hermeneutics
3.0800 Information Technology
3.0900 Literary Criticism
3.1000 Miscellaneous
3.1100 Music
3.1200 Mythology
3.1300 Postmodern approaches
3.1400 Religion
3.1500 Sociology

4.0000 Cognitive Sciences and Psychology 4.0100 Artificial intelligence; robotics 4.0200 Cognitive architectures 4.0300 Cognitive development
4.0400 Emotion 4.0500 Ethology
4.0600 Implicit and explicit processes
4.0700 Intelligence and creativity 4.0800 Language
4.0900 Memory and learning
4.1000 Mental imagery 4.1100 Miscellaneous
4.1200 Neural networks and connectionism 4.1300 Positive Psychology 4.1400 Self-consciousness and Metacognition 4.1500 Sensory modalities 4.1600 Steep and dreaming
4.1700 Temporal consciousness
4.1800 Unconscious/conscious processes

5.0000 Neuroscience
5.0100 Anesthesia
5.0200 Cellular and sub-neural processes
5.0300 Emotion
5.0400 Memory and learning
5.0500 Miscellaneous
5.0600 Motor control
5.0700 Neural correlates of Nonduality 5.0800 Neural synchrony and binding
5.0900 Neuropsychology and neuropathology
5.1000 Other sensory modalities
5.1100 Pharmacology
5.1200 Quantum neurodynamics
5.1300 Sleep and waking
5.1400 Specific brain areas

6.0000 Physical and Biological Sciences
6.0100 Altered states of nondual consciousness 6.0200 Anomalous experiences
6.0300 Bioelectromagnetics/resonance effects
6.0400 Biophysics and living processes 6.0500 Emergent and hierarchical systems
6.0600 Evolution of consciousness
6.0700 Experiential Approaches 6.0800 Integrative models 6.0900 Logic and computational theory
6.1000 Lucid dreaming

6.1100 Medicine and healing
6.1200 Meditation, contemplation 6.1300 Miscellaneous
6.1400 Mysticism
6.1500 Nonlinear dynamics
6.1600 Parapsychology
6.1700 Phenomenology 6.1800 Psychoanalysis and psychotherapy 6.1900 Quantum theory 6.2000 Space and time
6.2100 Transpersonal and humanistic psychology 7.0000 Experiential
7.0100 Art 7.0200 Meditation 7.0300 Movement 7.0400 Music 7.0500 Other
7.0600 Self Expression

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