Good news! Richard Lang is returning to Canada to offer another Headless Way seminar.
This immersive session presents a direct experience “seeing” technique that is dead simple and yet extremely profound. It was developed by Douglas Harding, who describes his original insight thus:
“The best day of my life — my rebirthday, so to speak — was when I found I had no head. This is not a literary gambit, a witticism designed to arouse interest at any cost. I mean it in all seriousness: I have no head.”
The technique is taught and practiced through a series of experiential “experiments” that draw participants into a direct perception of their world, including the startling insight that none of us, based on our direct experience, has a head.
To try some of these experiments right now, visit the Headless Way website here. But if you’re intrigued, don’t stop there. Come to the workshop and try them in person, under the guidance of Richard Lang, who first learned to “see” from Douglas in 1970, and has been sharing this “seeing” with others ever since.