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Founded in 2004, Non-Duality Press has established itself as the leading publisher of contemporary literature on the subject of non-duality.
Its founder, Julian Noyce, was first drawn to the approach through the works of Jean Klein and Ramana Maharshi. As he searched for more material he realised there was an unmet need for authentic and accessible contemporary writing on the subject. Learn more
Gary Weber and Rich Doyle are the authors of Into the Stillness: Dialogues on Awakening Beyond Thought to be published on the 29th May.
Gary Weber has a Ph.D. in physical sciences and worked in national labs, industry, and academia in R&D and management. Simultaneously, he has done over 30,000 hrs of self-inquiry and Zen meditation and yoga, and experienced the falling away of the “I” and the loss of self-referential thoughts, desires and fears. He has taught, authored “Happiness Beyond Thought: A Practical Guide to Awakening” and “Dancing Beyond Thought: Bhagavad Gita Verses and Dialogues on Awakening”, a blog and several articles, and made numerous videos, interviews, and presentations on nonduality, meditation and neuroscience at various conferences, gatherings and universities world-wide. He has been a subject and/or collaborator in cognitive neuroscience and meditation studies at The Baumann Foundation, IONS, CSNSC, Penn State, Yale and U Mass.
Professor Richard Doyle is Liberal Arts Research Professor at Penn State University, where he has taught since 1994. Ever since reading the work of futurist Alvin Toffler at age 12, Doyle has been on a scholarly and personal quest to understand the effects of information technologies on the evolution of human culture and consciousness. After completing a PhD at UC Berkeley and a post doctoral fellowship at MIT, he has received grants from the National Science Foundation and written scholarly books on the effects of information technologies on human evolution and the effects of language on consciousness. Digital Director of Zebrapedia.psu.edu, the online home for Philip K. Dick's Exegesis, Doyle is an award winning classroom teacher and author of Darwin's Pharmacy: Sex, Plants & The Evolution of the Noösphere (University of Washington Press, 2011).