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Upcoming spiritual meetings and events for people who are serious about finding real answers to the mystery of life...

TAT Foundation Weekend
Tracking the Mind

Friday to Sunday
March 31-April 2, 2017

The mind is a creature of patterns. It leaves tracks of anger and pride, compassion and bliss. Are you the one leaving these tracks, the observer of them, or something else entirely? Join the TAT Foundation for the incredible opportunity to meet and learn from experts in "Tracking the Mind."


 Shawn Pethel—A physics PhD with a passion for truth, Shawn was particularly fortunate to have worked with Daniel Ingram, whose advice gave him a final push into enlightenment.

 Paul Rezendes—Paul is an acclaimed photographer and the author of several books, including The Wild Within, and Tracking and the Art of Seeing. You can hear more about his philosophy in the Mindful Tracker Videos.

 Dan McLaughlin—Dan has, in his own words, "a very short resume and even more questionable character." Dan's realization found its vector in 2001 and ended in 2016. Based in Florida, he meets with small groups of seekers with a particular emphasis on questioning the self-conception.

 Tess Hughes—Tess credits the teachings of Richard Rose and The TAT Foundation with bringing her decades long seeking to a final resolution, the awakening to her True Nature. She maintains a busy schedule of meetings and retreats in Ireland, and is the author of This Above All.

 Shawn Nevins—Author, poet and filmmaker who thinks the combination of creativity and direct looking at the mind is a potent tool for revealing Truth. See more at

Plus, the weekend includes valuable opportunities to go deeper within: group inquiry, one-on-one discussion opportunities with teachers and presenters, and group meditation sittings.

The event is being held during March 31-April 2, 2017, at the Claymont Society Mansion in West Virginia. For details, visit TAT's event web page: Tracking the Mind. The registration deadline is Monday, March 27th.

First Know Thyself

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Self Inquiry Group

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Gainesville Philosophical Self-Inquiry Group

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Above the unity of being is the union of love. Love is the meaning and purpose of duality.

- Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, I Am That