Ontological Extremism, a Middle Way, and the Light of the Mind
On Knowing What There Is: Buddhist Emptiness
Being the Whole Happiness Itself
The Two Truths are Dōgen's Being-Time
Toward a Centrist Noetic Science of Matter Mind and Spirit
The Collapse of Objectivity: Non-Locality is Quantum Emptiness
Much Ado About Nearly Nothing
The Limit of Scientific Method
Gravity Behaving Badly: Problem and Opportunity
Let It Be: Basic Mindfulness Meditation
Human Happiness - Taming the Wild Horse of the Mind
Varities of Buddhist Experience and Quantum Emptiness
Primordial Wisdom No-Self Help: Radical Happiness and the Courage to Be
Einstein's Relativity and Buddhist Emptiness
Scientific Knowledge and Ontological Relativity
Big Bang Cosmology Timeline
Being the Whole: Happiness Itself
The Problem of the Cosmological Constant
Rush to the Higgs?
Who Is It?: On the Prior Unity of Science and Spirit
The Structures of Consciousness
The End of the Great Search
One Truth: Intimations of Immortality
Unbounded Wholeness: Dzogchen and Advaita Vedanta in a Postmodern World
Toward a Secular Ethic of Compassion
The Zen of Spiritual Materialism: Pride Is the Rub
The Secret of Human Happiness?
Being Here: Reflections on the Nature of Mind
Realizing Human Happiness: Toward a Noetic Science of Matter, Mind and Spirit
The Idols of the Tribe: The Metaphysics of Modern Science
The Really Hard Problem: Unifying the Two Truths
On Hawkings Grand Design
To Be or Not to Be: Dōgens Being-Time
Showing Up: Reality Is a Choice
Quine’s Holistic Revolution in Science and Philosophy
Thomas Kuhn’s Paradigm Paradigm: Is Science Rational?
New Heresy: Planting the Seed of Freedom
Modernity and Its Discontents: Our Two Knowledge Paradigms
Toward an Integral Ecology of Mind
Toward a Middle Way Between Modern Substantialism and Postmodern Nihilism
Is a Physical ‘Theory of Everything’ Logically Possible?
A Note on Recent Cosmology and Its Primordial Consciousness Base
Being Here: Toward a Post-Quantum Centrist Noetic Ontology
The ‘Hard Problem’ of Consciousness
The Two Truths: Our Two Ways of Being Here
Our Noetic Revolution
Who is it that desires to know
and to be happy?
Who is it that is afraid and angry?
Who is it that is born suffers and dies?
Who is it that shines through the mind
and abides at the heart of all beings
always liberated and fully awake?