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Dean Sluyter

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Biography:

Dean Sluyter has taught meditation throughout the United States since 1970. He is the author of several books and audio programs, including Cinema Nirvana, The Zen Commandments, and his latest, Natural Meditation: A Guide to Effortless Meditative Practice. A grateful student of eminent teachers in several traditions, including Advaita Vedanta, Vajrayana Buddhism, and Bhakti Yoga, Dean has completed numerous pilgrimages and lengthy retreats in India, Tibet, and the West. He is known for conveying authentic teachings in forms that are practical, accessible, label-free ... and fun. When not writing or teaching, he narrates audiobooks, is a singer-musician (kirtan, jug band, etc.), and happily rides his Vespa through the streets of Santa Monica.

Dean has led retreats and workshops at such venues as the Chautauqua Institution, the Garrison Institute, New York Open Center, Tibet House, and Barre Center for Buddhist Studies, and has spoken at colleges including Columbia, Rutgers, Wesleyan, and the University of Pennsylvania. He blogs for The Huffington Post and has been featured in numerous publications.

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The Government and UFOs/ Transcending Fear

Stephen Bassett discussed developments in the quest for UFO truth. Dean Sluyter described how to use ancient techniques to overcome common fears. More »

Ancient Aliens/ Success & Meditation

Erich von Däniken who first presented, more than forty years ago, his theory of extraterrestrial contact with the ancient world in his book, Chariots of the Gods, reviewed his theories and discussed some of his latest ventures in the first half of the show. In the latter... More »

Last Night

Dr. David Hanscom shared methodologies for fending off COVID and alternative approaches to chronic pain. Followed by psychologist Joseph Gallenberger on his work using mind power and psychokinesis to improve luck and one's life.

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