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Sing a Song of Mooji

“A sage may have nothing. He is empty, but the force of his mere presence alone will draw those to him who have even a spark of attraction to the Supreme. The sage doesn’t point you…

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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: A Brief History of a Timeless Concept

Many traditions and mystics talk about nondualism. But what is nondualism, and how have people—from different religions in different parts of the word—described this concept over time? In this book you will discover the long history…

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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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The Nondual Roots of Indian Thought and Religion

Nondualism was developed earliest, and was most thoroughly explored, in India. Yet the first Indian scriptures, the Vedas (roughly 1000 BCE) are completely dualistic in their outlook. These Ur-texts of human spirituality consist mainly of poems…

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