Being Aware of Being Aware The Essence of Meditation SeriesSahaja #ad - This simple, which encourages a clear seeing of one’s experience rather than any kind of effort or discipline, contemplative approach, leads the reader to an experiential understanding of their own essential being and the peace and fulfillment that are inherent within it. What is the nature of the experience of being aware or awareness itself? The exploration of this question is the subject matter of this book and the essence of the Direct Path to peace and happiness.
The essence of meditation series presents meditations on the essential, non-dual understanding that lies at the heart of all the great religious and spiritual traditions, compiled from contemplations led by Rupert Spira at his meetings and retreats. This obvious, familiar and intimate experience has no objective qualities and is, therefore, overlooked or ignored by the majority of people.
Being Aware of Being Aware The Essence of Meditation Series #ad - Most people’s lives consist of a flow of thoughts, sounds, sights, ideas, images, sensations, feelings, and so on. Being aware of being aware is the first and introductory volume in The Essence of Meditation Series. This overlooking of our own being is the ultimate cause of unhappiness. All people share the experience of being aware, but relatively few people are aware that they are aware.
Everybody is aware, all seven billion of us. It is in this experience that the peace, happiness and love for which all people long reside.
Divine Governance of the Human Kingdom: Including What the Seeker Needs and The One AloneFons Vitae #ad - A powerful but little known work, this volume contains three mystical texts. The other two are 'kitab kunh ma la budda minhu lil-murid' or, and 'kitab al-ahadiyyah' or, "The One Alone", a brief guide for those want to follow the Sufi path, "What the Seeker Needs", an esoteric essay on transcendental unity.
Used book in Good Condition. Al-tadbirat, is a fascinating treatise on the divine design and management of the world, ' the largest, and the central role the human model plays in the creative and governing process.
Notes on Spiritual Discourses of Shri Atmananda: Volume 1Non-Duality Press #ad - Used book in Good Condition. They are short and masterful talks on realizing the Truth through a recognition that our nature is always pure Consciousness. The discourses were recorded during the period of 1950 to 1959 by a trusted disciple. Volume 1 of 3 of a collection of spiritual discourses by Shri Atmananda Krishna Menon, 1883-1959, a living representative of the tradition of Advaita Vedanta and one of the great sages of the modern world.
The Nature of Consciousness: Essays on the Unity of Mind and MatterSahaja #ad - Far from being abstract and philosophical, its implications touch each one of us directly and intimately. An exploration of the nature of consciousness has the power to reveal the peace and happiness that truly lie at the heart of experience. Used book in Good Condition. After all, life happens independently of our models of it.
We believe and feel that the knowing with which we are aware of our experience is located in and shares the limits and destiny of the body. I’ve gained deeper understanding listening to Rupert Spira than I have from any other exponent of modern spirituality. Our experience never ceases to change, but the knowing element in all experience—consciousness, or what we call “I”—itself never changes.
The Nature of Consciousness: Essays on the Unity of Mind and Matter #ad - The knowing with which a feeling of loneliness or sorrow is known is the same knowing with which the thought of a friend, the sight of a sunset, or the taste of ice cream is known. This is the fundamental presumption of mind and matter that underpins almost all our thoughts and feelings and is expressed in our activities and relationships.
It is a philosophy of conflict and, communities, the root cause of hostilities between families, as such, and nations. As a result of this “matter model, ” most of us believe that consciousness is a property of the body. The peace that is inherent in us—indeed that is us—is not dependent on the situations or conditions we find ourselves in.
In a series of essays that draw you, through your own direct experience, into an exploration of the nature of this knowing element that each of us calls “I, ” The Nature of Consciousness posits that consciousness is the fundamental reality of the apparent duality of mind and matter.
The Transparency of Things: Contemplating the Nature of ExperienceSahaja #ad - We see that our experience is and has only ever been one seamless totality, with no separate entities, objects, or parts anywhere to be found. The purpose of the transparency of Things is to look clearly and simply at the nature of experience, without any attempt to change it. A series of contemplations leads us gently but directly to see that our essential nature is neither a body nor a mind.
As we take our stand knowingly as this conscious presence that we always already are, and reconsider the objects of the body, and world, mind, we find that they do not simply appear to this Presence; they appear within it. As such, it is nothing that can be experienced as an object, and yet it is undeniably present.
The Transparency of Things: Contemplating the Nature of Experience #ad - However, these contemplations go much further than this. And further exploration reveals that they do not simply appear within this Presence but as this Presence. Finally, we are led to see that it is in fact this very Presence that takes the shape of our experience from moment to moment while always remaining only itself.
Used book in Good Condition. It is the conscious Presence that is aware of this current experience. New harbinger.
The Perfume of SilenceTruespeech Productions #ad - Jean klein's guru, pandit Veeraraghavachar, was a Professor at the Sanskrit College in Bengalore. Book on yoga, awareness, conscousness, meditation, Advaita Vedanta, Self - Realization. They both belong to a lineage of Advaita Vedanta teachers stemming from India. Nonduality is the common ground of buddhism especially zen and dzogchen, the teachings of Parmenides, Abinavagupta, Advaita, Taoism, Plotinus, the Kabbalah, the Gnosis and the teachings of Jesus in the Thomas Gospel, Meister Eckhart, Sufism, Gaudapada, Ramana Maharshi, Atmananda Krishna Menon, Ananda Mai and many others.
That which matters here is not the form of the teaching, the splendor of his poetry, the outpouring of his love, the freedom of his humour, the vibrancy of his realization, as much as the authenticity of the teacher, direct or gradual for instance, the brilliancy of his intelligence, the spontaneous sharing of his peace.
The Perfume of Silence #ad - Francis lucille was for over twenty years a close friend and disciple of Jean Klein, a well recognized French teacher of non-duality. Used book in Good Condition. Based largely on actual dialogues between francis lucille, and some of his disciples, a spiritual teacher of non-duality, the music of freedom that it conveys resonates between the words, and gives the reader an inkling of the peace and happiness that are experienced in the presence of an authentic master.
This book is about enlightenment, self realization, meditation, awareness, spiritual awakening, love, consciousness, relationships, happiness, psychological suffering and human predicament. New harbinger. Advaita vedanta is the main nondualist Hindu spiritual tradition.
Presence, Volume I: The Art of Peace and HappinessSahaja #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Your self, therefore, it is intimately one with whatever appears on it and is thus love itself; and like water that is not affected by the shape of a wave, knows no resistance to any appearance and, it cannot be disturbed and is, is happiness itself; like the empty space of a room, as such, peace itself; like this page, aware presence, it is pure freedom.
. New harbinger. Causeless joy, imperturbable peace, love that knows no opposite, and freedom at the heart of all experience…this is your ever-present nature under all circumstances. Book on yoga, conscousness, Awareness, Advaita Vedanta, meditation, Self - Realization. Sahaja.
Notes on Spiritual Discourses of Shri Atmananda: Volume 3Non-Duality Press #ad - Book on yoga, conscousness, Awareness, Advaita Vedanta, meditation, Self - Realization. Sahaja. New harbinger. Volume 3 of a 3 volume collection of spiritual discourses by Shri Atmananda Krishna Menon, 1883-1959, a living representative of the tradition of Advaita Vedanta and one of the great sages of the modern world.
. They are short and masterful talks on realizing the Truth through a recognition that our nature is always pure Consciousness. Used book in Good Condition. The discourses were recorded during the period of 1950 to 1959 by a trusted disciple.
Notes on Spiritual Discourses of Shri Atmananda: Volume 2Non-Duality Press #ad - Book on yoga, advaita vedanta, conscousness, Awareness, meditation, Self - Realization. Sahaja. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. New harbinger. The discourses were recorded during the period of 1950 to 1959 by a trusted disciple. Volume 2 of 3 of a collection of spiritual discourses by Shri Atmananda Krishna Menon, 1883-1959, a living representative of the tradition of Advaita Vedanta and one of the great sages of the modern world.
They are short and masterful talks on realizing the Truth through a recognition that our nature is always pure Consciousness.
The Four Pillars of Spiritual Transformation: The Adornment of the Spiritually Transformed Hilyat al-abdal Mystical Treatises of Muhyiddin Ibn 'ArabiAnqa Publishing #ad - Book on yoga, awareness, conscousness, Advaita Vedanta, meditation, Self - Realization. Sahaja. Used book in Good Condition. Anqa Publishing. An introduction, and translation of chapter 53 of the renowned Futuhat al-Makkiyya, are also included. Providing the necessary tools for an enlightened life, this dual-language edition incorporates the first critical edition of the Arabic text, gathered from the best-surviving manuscripts.
. Used book in Good Condition. Underscoring the importance of silence, hunger, seclusion, and vigilance, this guide demonstrates that these activities are both physical and spiritual. New harbinger. Objective and illuminating, this treatise, written by Sufi leader Muhyiddin Ibn 'Arabi, presents a fundamental analysis of spiritual practice.