Michael Snow has studied and practiced mindful philosophy, or the philosophy of non duality, for over 30 years, and has tutored them for 20. His interest in the subject evolved from his childhood experiences as a boy chorister at the great cathedral of Ely, which provided both a spiritual and an aesthetic grounding to set a direction of travel for his life path. Spirituality is the essential focus of his interest. His studies have brought him to the view that this can be undertaken in a non – religious or secular manner, and that underpinning all religions lies a unitive or non – dual essence that can be realized by anyone so moved, irrespective of religion or culture. He has investigated the question of sound, music and how modern science and the mystical traditions of old seem to share a common platform here. Michael now gives talks and holds discussions on these subjects, and writes articles for magazines and other publications. He has been practicing meditation since 1968, and believes that this is the key area for those interested in mindful philosophy to investigate. He is a member of the School of Economic Science where he studies and tutors.