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I No Longer I

from “Island” by Aldous Huxley Somewhere between seeing and speaking, somewhere Between our soiled and greasy currency of words And the first star, the great moths fluttering About the ghosts of flowers, Lies the clear place…

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Poem by Fernando Pessoa

By Fernando Pessoa (writing under the heteronym Alberto Caeiro) The astonishing reality of things Is my discovery every day. Each thing is what it is. It’s hard to explain to someone How happy this makes me,…

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The Two Selves Within Us

By Rajeev Kurupati The 13th century Persian mystic, Rumi, expresses a distinction between the two selves within us in the poem “Two Kinds of Intelligence.” There are two kinds of intelligence: one acquired, as a child…

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Among the Nonduals: Exploring the True Nature of The Mind

Exploring the Mind’s True Nature “The most highly developed branches of the human family have in common one peculiar
 characteristic. They tend to produce … a curious and definite type of personality; a type which refuses…

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Nondualism in Western Philosophy: a Series of Pointers (11/11)

  This is a series of pointers to how the Western approach can assist with one’s self-inquiry. It is less a historical survey, and more a collection of Western views that might serve as tools for…

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Nondualism in Western Philosophy: a Series of Pointers (10/11)

This is a series of pointers to how the Western approach can assist with one’s self-inquiry. It is less a historical survey, and more a collection of Western views that might serve as tools for inquiry,…

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Nondualism in Western Philosophy: a Series of Pointers (9/11)

This is a series of pointers to how the Western approach can assist with one’s self-inquiry. It is less a historical survey, and more a collection of Western views that might serve as tools for inquiry,…

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Nondualism in Western Philosophy: a Series of Pointers (8/11)

This is a series of pointers to how the Western approach can assist with one’s self-inquiry. It is less a historical survey, and more a collection of Western views that might serve as tools for inquiry,…

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