Blogamigos are listed first (in no particular order).
Please note that many of the teachers listed on the wideawake women page also write on blogs – you’ll find links to their blogs on their websites.
Please scroll down the page to find webamigos.
Being Silently Drawn (Tina Koskelo curates poetry, quotes and photography. Glorious.)
No Mind’s Land (Michel Bellegarde curates inspirational quotes and poetry – a wide-ranging selection.)
Contentedness.net (Hariod Brawn)
The Dawn Within (Alain Joly)
This Simple Grace (Scott Morgan)
Love is a Place (Quotes, poetry, photography)
Garden of the Beloved (Poetry by Chuck Surface)
The Heart of the Matter (Amrita Skye Blaine)
Nonduality blog (Jerry Katz)
A Healing Space (Matt Licata)
Non-Duality America (Matthew K)
All finite things reveal infinitude (Claire Beynon)
Feeling to Infinity (Bob O’Hearn)
Dhamma Footsteps (Tiramit writes postcards from the present moment)
Non-Duality Press Blog (Richard Sylvester and others)
Life Beyond the Image (Takuin Minamoto)
The Ten Thousand Things (Robert Saltzman)
Nonduality Living (James Waite)
Uradiance (Fred LaMotte)
Songs of Wisdom (John Hanagan)
Echoes from Emptiness (Miriam Louisa’s musings and mutterings)
Vanishing Narrative (Dominic)
Oceanspeak and more (Dorothea Mills)
Just Rest (Vince Flammini)
Enlightenment for No One (Maury Lee)
Mystic Meandering (Christine Kennedy)
Non-duality Cartoons (Bob Seal)
Clare Flourish (Clare Flourish)
Stillness Speaks (Chris Hebard)
Past Seeking (Roy Townsend)
Unanimous Tradition / Tradición Unánime (Alberto Martin Gomez)
Sat Sangha Salon – (An Inquiry in Being)
The webamigos list includes sites that are not blogs or groups, and that are not included on the wideawake women page.
Rupert Spira (Contemplating the Nature of Experience)
Boundless Awareness (Michael A. Rodriguez)
Greg Goode (The Heart of Now)
Tina Koskelo (Meditative Yoga and Yoga Nidra)
David Whyte (Poetry)
On Second Thought (John Ptacek)
Shining World (James Swartz)
Scott Kiloby (Reflections on the One Life)
Leo Hartong (Awakening to the Dream)
Jeff Foster (Life Without a Center)
Peter Francis Dziuban (Consciousness is All)
Hi, can you please add my name and site to blogamigos?
Absolutely delighted to do so, dear Vicki!
Your link wasn’t listed here because it appears on the wideawake women page.
Thanks for making contact. You are a constant source for inspiration for me – and countless others.
With much love
~ miriam louisa
I’ve someone to add to your blogamigos list, miriam:
Takuin Minamoto — Life Beyond The Image, at http://www.takuin.com.
He hails from Tokyo, Japan.
As I’m not realized I cannot evaluate him personally, but he appears authentic.
(Did I just commit a self-contradiction?)
Love and respect
Many thanks for this link, dear Ian. Takuin’s writing expresses a ruthless and uncompromising clarity. I like that very much indeed.
Lucky you, that grace has led you to his wisdom.
~ miriam louisa
A great list. It contains people I haven’t seen before, which is refreshing. Truth may be one but folks have to speak to our understanding and our metaphors. I’m not into bearded guys in funny hats delivering inscrutable Sanskrit, myself. That’s fine for one culture but I wasn’t born in that culture and have different understandings.
One person on your list started off with Karate sparring, then card games, then Christianity, which would probably turn off a New Age fundamentalist ;’)
I’m not into sitting meditation, but OTOH, I like to wash dishes with total efficiency and concentration. Same thing as meditation. Except at the end, instead of a sore bum, I also have clean dishes ;’)
Just seeing this: the karate sparring, card games and Christianity is probably me, and if it isn’t I very much want to know who else it is…
feel FREEEE to doodle me onto your link. (:
I love your web site and writings! Thank you! I read the poem “Why” by “Chuck Surface” and found his book of poems: “An Affair of the Heart” – but I can’t find his name any where in the book? Is “Chuck Surface” his real name – or a play on words? Is he Sufi? Other? Where else can I find his writings and some bio? Thank you.
Hello Mark – thank you for your kind words, and welcome to the site. 🙂
I haven’t met Chuck personally, but a close friend in CA knows him well, so yes – he exists and indeed goes by that name. I’m not sure whether he’d call himself a Sufi or not, but you can ask him yourself via the contact form on his website:
It’s a glorious archive of his poetry, and there’s a little bit of bio information there as well.
PS Mark – you’ll need to scroll down the left hand sidebar on the page to see links to Chuck’s poems. (I’m not sure how this displays on a small device??)