Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche discusses subtle differences between Dzogchen, vipassana, and other “levels of practice that use ordinary mind as the method.”
Scoop Nisker tries to conduct “a decent, respectable interview” while having his ego deconstructed by Advaita Vedanta master Papa-ji.
Barbara Gates, struggling with this issue’s theme, fears discussion of the Absolute might lead to a sense that it doesn’t matter how we live our lives . . . and explores how teachings of non-duality “relate to the dilemma I-as-gardener face with the snails.”