Christopher Titmuss is a former Theravada Buddhist monk, an Insight Meditation meditation instructor and an author of books on Dharma who resides in Totnes, Devon, United Kingdom. Find out more about Christopher here: https://www.christophertitmuss.net/
Billy is a qualified yoga teacher. He studied with many teachers in a wide variety of approaches. In 1982 he met Jean Klein who introduced him to Yoga in the Kashmir Tradition. He worked closely with him for many years attending his seminars in England, Holland, France and the United States. Billy has published a book which presents these teachings: Yoga in the Kashmir Tradition: the art of listening He’s also the author of The Mirage of Separation a collection of poems and prose written from a non-dualistic perspective, covering subjects that include identification, desire, time, the spiritual path and silence. Find out more about Billy here: http://www.billydoyle.com/
After thirty years of seeking for “inner truth” through spiritual, therapeutic & philosophical means, Richard Sylvester met Tony Parsons and, as he writes in his first book ‘I Hope You Die Soon’, “that was the end of what he thought had been his life.” Richard now writes books and holds meetings about nonduality and liberation. Find out more about Richard here: http://www.richardsylvester.com/
Tom is a medical doctor who lives in London UK with his wife and 2 children. He holds weekly meetings in person and online with the intent of sharing this wonderful message of freedom from suffering. Find out more about Tom here: https://tomdas.com/
Adyashanti is a spiritual teacher devoted to serving the awakening of all beings. His books include Falling Into Grace, Emptiness Dancing, The End of Your World, Resurrecting Jesus & The most Important Thing. He is founder of Open Gate Sangha and lives in Northern California.
Find out more about Adya here: https://www.opengatesangha.org/ https://www.adyashanti.org/
Bonnie L. Greenwell, PhD, is a transpersonal psychotherapist, author, and non-dual spiritual teacher in Adyashanti’s lineage. She has specialized for more than thirty years in mentoring people going through transformative experiences related to spiritual awakening and the kundalini process, which was the subject of her doctoral research at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (ITP).
Greenwell has an eclectic background, including work in psychiatric units, at a rehabilitation center, as director of the Transpersonal Counseling Center at ITP, and years of private practice. Before finding her ground in non-dual teachings, she studied Jungian psychology; Jin Shin Do® acupressure; Psychotropic and Radiance Breathwork; kundalini, kriya, and Ashtanga yogas; and many Buddhist meditation practices. The founder and former director of the Kundalini Research Network, she has lectured and trained therapists in Europe, Australia, and the United States. Greenwell also established the Shanti River Center for non-dual education and counseling in Ashland, OR.
Richard Sylvester writes books and holds meetings about nonduality and liberation. After thirty years of seeking for “inner truth” through spiritual, therapeutic & philosophical means, Richard met Tony Parsons and, as he writes in his first book ‘I Hope You Die Soon’, “that was the end of what he thought had been his life.” In this interview we focus on discussing his new book “Confessions of a Seeker” & later we will also talk a bit about his nonduality teachings.
Find out more about Richard here: http://www.richardsylvester.com/