"What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you."

Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Goldenrod" newsletter goes digital:

Our "Goldenrod" newsletter has moved to a new "e-newsletter" format.  Instead of mailing it out, we send it out via email. We plan on sending one out once a quarter, but if there turns out to be more demand and content, we will go to a once a month "mailing".

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Contact us if you would like to help out with our new e-newsletter.

Diagrams by Anthony Damiani:

2015 will be an important year in the archiving of Anthony Damiani’s materials.  He left us a treasure trove of gifts and we wish to share with you a sampling of those gifts, in some way, the crown jewels, his hand drawn diagrams, presented here on our website for the first time.

Paul Brunton's Notebooks, online:

Here you will find a free and searchable database of Paul Brunton's Notebooks.

Meditation meets Nonduality: Remembering and Recognizing Reality

You are welcome to a soul gathering: September 3-4 at Wisdom’s Goldenrod.
Please join us for shared experience conversation and meditations: a union of practical metaphysical and mystical.

We explore four gateways to remembering and recognizing reality: open awareness, spontaneous presence, unific loving gratefulness and ineffable mystery.  Each of us decides on how to put remembering into life!

A story about Summer Studies 2016 by David Lewis

As a long-time student of Buddhadharma, I look to the training and the basic principles of spiritual inquiry that I learned at WG from PB and Anthony as the foundation for practice and insight. With that in mind, I returned to WG after many years to attend this year’s Summer Studies program on “Time and Paul Brunton”. The topic of time is crucial in Buddhadharma as well as other traditions, so I looked forward to a provocative program. I was not disappointed and in fact pleasantly unsurprised to find the WG practice of inquiry still vigorous and inspiring.