We are no longer broadcasting our seminars through internap. The service was becoming far too expensive and increasingly inconsistent in quality of service. We also had to charge fees to pay for the expensive service. Now we are happy to offer the seminars for free. We are going be using Zoom which is an internet platform for closed groups, and an inexpensive option. Through Zoom we are providing:
- Wednesday morning seminar from 10am to12pm Advanced Psychotherapy Seminar: “Contributions of Phenomenology and Dzogchen to Psychotherapy and Healing”
- Friday morning meditation seminar from 7:30am until 8:45am
- Saturday morning Dakini seminar from 7am to 8:30am, which involves Dzogchen teachings and practices.
If you would like to participate send you email to [email protected] and we will send you the code to come on the Zoom transmissions.
In addition, three senior members who have participated for many years in the meditation programs at the Center will be offering daily meditation through Zoom. There of course is no charge for this service. They have begun this process already and the experience is most wonderful and is a field-filled meditation experience. You will feel the awareness field in your home. Email them and they will send you the code and information about the daily meditation practice:
We both hope and wish that the wonderful qualities of the innate field of awareness can be experienced directly and immediately in your home…And why not? The same center is within you and within us. In the Argentinean author Jorge Luis Borges’ short story, “The Aleph”, a man discovers that the center of the universe is located in his own basement. This center point gives its beholder access to the oneness of the field. The Aleph point is the center, and all the centers are completely interconnected at the subtle level of the field of consciousness. Thus meetings can be direct, unmediated and consequently, inside to inside…self to self.Co-directors: Rudy Bauer PhD and Sharon Bauer MSN
How to use this site
Live meditations, when we are broadcasting, are now viewable on our home page below. Please consider donating to support our work.
All our archived material is free and does not require a username and password. Check out our video and audio archive of meditation seminars, professional seminars and special events. These are also available through iTunes as podcasts.
More about the archives
The archives are video streamed seminars and audio seminars that contain many hours of the meditation seminars as well as professional psychotherapy and healing seminars. The awareness field meditation seminars reflect awareness field meditation based on Dzogchen teachings and also at times elaborating the supporting views of Kashmir Shavism, early Gnostic Christianity, Western Phenomenology and Yan Xin Qi Gong. The healing and psychotherapy seminars focus on the awareness field as elaborated through Dzogchen teachings and western phenomenology. The special events seminar reflects Dzogchen Mahamudra retreats and interviews with healers and psychotherapist who work within the field of awareness. The special events audio section contains numerous psychotherapy training seminars on existential psychotherapy, gestalt psychotherapy, contemplative psychotherapy, psychoanalytic intersubjective experience, and Winicott’s transitional space and relatedness understanding. There are seminars on the phenomenology of awareness that integrate Dzogchen awareness teachings and western phenomenology into the context of relational psychotherapy.
We are very happy that many people who participate in the live online video streaming as well as those who access the archived seminars report experiencing the field of awareness and its wonderful qualities. All these archived seminars can be accessed for free.
Our Online Journal
Also, the Washington Center for Consciousness Studies is pleased to offer our online journal, Transmissions: The Journal of the Awareness Field. You can find it at transmissiononline.org. The purpose of the journal is to enhance the study and practice of the sublime art of becoming aware of awareness itself.