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Explore Nonduality

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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Don’t Get Stuck in the Absolute

Knowing that you are the Absolute, is not about denying this human-animal. This denial seems to be a phase that many people go through when they start to explore their true nature. In fact it seems…

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Calm Before the Storm by Julie Fletcher

The Disentanglement of the Self

It is common for people who encounter this teaching to fear a dissolution of their identity. What do we fear disappearing with the recognition of our true nature? It’s true that what seems to define us…

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Two Immersions in Time and Eternity

by Mark Dyczkowski The Dynamism of Movement and Rest, Becoming and Being, in the Oneness of Consciousness. Movement and rest are the primary polarities of existence, whether physical, mental biological, or the one divine consciousness of…

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How Does an Awakened Person Perceive the World?

“The eye is made to wonder, just as the flower is made to bloom.” ~ Claude Nurdisany   How does the world appear to an enlightened person? Obviously, that’s an important question for nondualists including Advaitins…

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Making Love with Everything and Nothing

I had sex for the first time because there was a Me I wanted to be. I wanted to be a Me who had “been there, done that.” I wanted to be a  Me who could…

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Rupert Spira

Reflections on perception and awareness, Rupert Spira

Rupert Spira discusses relationships and perception as they relate to consciousness. From an early age Rupert was deeply interested in the nature of Reality. For twenty years he studied the teachings of Ouspensky, Krishnamurti, Rumi, Shankaracharya,…

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