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Les exercices uniques de Douglas Harding

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> LES EXERCICES UNIQUES DE DOUGLAS HARDING, Vidéo de conférences et atelier en Australie / 1991, Entretiens avec Frédéric Lenoir (InnerQuest). — Douglas Harding développe depuis de nombreuses années un ensemble d’exercices qu’il élabora à partir de son expérience unique de « Vivre sans tête «. Par les exercices qu’il préconise il propose une découverte naturelle de l’éternel Un qu’il nomme « l’unique Première Personne du Singulier du Présent ». Sa conclusion met en évidence l’importance d’une mutation de [la] conscience qui transforme radicalement le regard dans la vie quotidienne.
3e millénaire, (59), Printemps 2001
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