Going Back To The Source

Back in my teenage years, it was an exciting time learning to travel places all by myself. I didn’t have a car as I was still two years short of turning eighteen and old enough to have a driving license. I would explore different areas in Delhi, commuting by local…

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The Nature of Non-Dual Awareness

Our life is mostly an action-reaction loop, and we remain stuck despite knowing its futility. Awareness brings wisdom - a profound knowledge of a different kind that disentangles the knots created by the compulsive thinking mind. Awareness is pure knowing. It is noumenon, non-dual, and devoid of the subject-object relationship.…

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Non-Dual Awareness and Enlightenment: Are They One & The Same?

Enlightenment is a loaded subject. Different people interpret it differently. The general idea people have about enlightenment is of liberation or moksha or nirvana from samsara (the world of names and forms), which according to them, liberates the individual from the misery of life, death, and rebirth. The individual consciousness…

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Non-Dual Awareness: Why Should I Bother Learning About Non-Duality?

Andrea.: If you say that non-dual awakening is not in the individual's control, then why should anyone even bother with non-duality? Why do you feel the need to convey this message and talk about non-duality? What is the point of self-inquiry or spiritual practices that claim one can spiritually awaken…

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Nowhere to Reach And Nothing to Attain (Illusion of Attaining The Personal “Supreme Bliss”)

“I do not consider anyone to be my disciple. I have never sought upadesh from anyone nor do I give ceremonial upadesh. If the people call themselves my disciples I do not approve or disapprove.”Ramana Maharshi In my view, the man who searches for enlightenment is no different from the…

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