Francis Lucille: “What We Are Speaks More Loudly Than What We See”

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Interview with the spiritual teacher of the tradition of Advaita Vedanta (non-duality) Francis Lucille for Buddha at the Gas Pump.
In this conversation, amongst other things, we explore the intellectual understanding of enlightenment, how our neglected bodies change after becoming awakened and if consciousness is limited.

Since 2009, after creating Buddha at the Gas Pump, Rick Archer has interviewed 250 “spiritually awakening” people, from the well-known to the unknown, and from a variety of backgrounds and traditions. 

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