Links to Christopher Ash’s websites

The purpose of all these sites is to help people know themselves directly, experientially. This site is a portal for the group of people exploring how the concepts in Eugene Gendlin’s process philosophy can give precision to Buddhist meditation and mindfulness. There is an list of Events & Courses run by myself Christopher on this site. This site has a little information about the practice of Focusing, which is the art of contacting felt meaning, and strengthening its already-present functioning in cognition. Gendlin coined the term ‘felt sense,’ in the late fifties and early sixties, for this important zone of consciousness. There’s a collection of blog entries on the approach I am calling ‘Whole Body Mindfulness.’ There are also a few early Buddhist texts translated here. The blog pieces on this site I wrote (generally speaking) during one of my ‘Year to Live’ practice years. They are mostly an exploration of how Early Buddhist texts orient us to death and dying. However, they go beyond that subject and have much of early Buddhist psychology of inner freedom in them.

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