Not Two

Advaita/Nonduality, Not two

Look within, there is no difference between yourself, Self and Guru. You are always Free. There is no teacher, there is no student, there is no teaching.~Papaji, Sri H.W.L. Poonja

Could it be that there is That which is beyond time, which therefore is so permanent that there is no”arrival” and no “departure” for it? We know that every thing in the material, external realm “comes” and “goes”. What is more “real”: that which is impermanent, or That which persists when everything else has come and gone?~Robert Wolfe, Living (from the book Living Nonduality: Enlightenment Teachings of Self-Realization)

When we are so exhausted from the suffering, of being attached to an outcome and all along knowing that there is a deeper truth, the one desire is liberation. Liberation from the illusion that I am this body/mind; that I have existence separate from “that” which is my true nature.  And what is “that”? “That” is what is left after all possible attempts at definition have been exhausted. “That” cannot be comprehended or apprehended by the mind, put into words or defined. We simply awaken to the Truth of Self–right here, right now.

This is a partial list of teachers of Advaita and a book of each that might be of interest to anyone who navigates the pathless path.

Ramana Maharshi: Be As You Are: The teachings of Ramana Maharshi

Sri Anandamayi Ma: Sri Anandamayi Ma-The Life and teachings of a 20th century Indian Saint

Nisargadatta: I Am That

Papaji: This

Robert Adams: Silence of the Heart

Jean Klein: Be Who You Are

Robert Wolfe: Living Nonduality

Eckhart Tolle: The Power Of Now

Tony Parsons: The Open Secret

Adyashanti: Emptiness Dancing

Mooji: Before I Am: The Direct Recognition of Our Original Self

Pema Chondron: is an American Tibetan Buddhist, principal teacher at Gampo monastery in Nova Scotia Canada. Taking the Leap: Freeing Ourselves from Old Habits and Fears. The Wisdom of No Escape. She may not be strictly associated with nonduality teachers, she has vast wisdom and compassion.

Richard Sylvester:  The Book of No One

Rupert Spira: The Transparency of Things

Francis Lucille: Eternity Now

Riktam Barry: The Telling Stones

Russell Williams: Not I, Not Other than I

2 thoughts on “Not Two”

    1. Hi and thank you for that suggestion. I need to update my list. Do you have any books written by women that you would recommend?

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