New this Week: 2/21/2022

Here’s a quick update on what’s new at and elsewhere.

The Induction Series continues with Ramana Maharshi: Exploring Who am I? a selection from the book Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi. Covering the period 1935 to 1939, the book is an excellent resource for the teachings of Ramana Maharshi and was a constant companion while I lived in a cabin on Richard Rose’s farm.

 As always, the podcast is free. I am asking one favor during the Induction Series, however. Please leave a review of my book Subtraction: The Simple Math of Enlightenment on Amazon. If we can get 100 ratings/reviews, it will really help the book get noticed. We’re at 67 so far!

What Does It Mean to Be Awake? is the theme of the April 8 – 10, 2022 TAT meeting, which will be held in-person at the TAT Center in North Carolina. It’s the first official in-person meeting at the TAT Center since it opened in 2020!  Paul Rezendes, Art Ticknor, Bob Cergol, Anima Pundeer, Mike Gegenheimer, and Paul Constant are some of the many teachers and friends planning to be there.  Check out the full schedule and register to attend. 

On February 23, 8:00pm Eastern Time, I’ll lead a session for the Pittsburgh Self Inquiry Group on “The Contraction of Self.” They meet via Zoom so anyone can check it out!

I didn’t know it was possible, but I recently received an email from a video game designer who, by himself, built a spiritually-themed videogame titled Separation for Playstation VR.  I haven’t played video games since I was a kid playing Tron at the arcade, but they’re obviously a way to reach people with messages.  I’m glad there are people raising the bar on the themes videogames tackle. Here’s an in-depth review on YouTube.

Quote That I’m Pondering
“We all assume that we’re never going to die at an inconvenient time.” ~ Bob Cergol. 

Wishing you all the best,

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