How to Use Our Reading Room
Our reading room features original writings by George A. Boyd. These articles are arranged in different subjects. Click on the links at the left to go to the topic of your choice. On that topic page, you will find different articles on that topic. You can then select the article that interests you.
We will periodically add new articles to this site. Click on the new articles link at your left. It will show you the new articles that have been added and when they were posted.
Articles and poetry on this web site are copyrighted by George A. Boyd. This means you just can’t change the name and use it as your own. If you want to quote from it, please give George credit by proper citation and bibliographic reference.
If you want to use a whole article for your personal study, that’s OK. Go ahead and print it out. [We have found that some printers will require you to use landscape printing mode to have the page print out properly. Try printing a sample page first.]
If you want to republish the article and want to discuss purchasing rights for publication in your book, magazine, newsletter, or on your web page, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact me.
If you want to interview me about my interesting ideas, you can reach me at the same place. That’s right: email@example.com.
Using Our Glossary
At the top and bottom of every major page of this web site there is a glossary link. In our glossary, we list definitions for many of the terms we use in our articles and on our web pages.
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We’d like to get those words into the glossary so you can understand what you’re reading.
If you want to look at our glossary to see what’s in there, click here.
The opinions expressed on this web site are those of George A. Boyd alone. These opinions do not reflect those of any web sites with whom we link, or of any advertisers or media sponsors that may appear on these pages.
Where Does This Stuff Come From?
George A. Boyd has been meditating since 1965. He has explored the Great Continuum of Consciousness and the bands of the human mind in great detail. So a lot of what you read comes from George’s reflection and meditation.
But some of these writings come directly from George’s guides. When you see entire paragraphs in quotes, it means that George is directly channeling inspiration from one of the Mudrashram guides. (Sometimes, you’ll even find a Swami’s name after that quote—then you can be sure you’re getting real channeled stuff. Cool, huh?)