The answer depends on our definition of love. As long as the definition includes the mind, feelings or actions in time and space, which is absolutely reasonable, love is always conditional or local. Otherwise, we would fall for what is called “The Myth of the Given”–the view that experiences can give us absolute certainty about existence. If our definition transcends time and space, and thus our separate sense of self in non-dual awareness, then love becomes non-local and we may conceptualize it as unconditional love. In our integral mindfulness class, we will explore four basic facets of conditional love, and what we may call unconditional love.