Omnipresent, eternal, infinite: The Missed Fundamental Keys of Nondual Awakening

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Robert Wolfe

During Robert's travels he has labored as an auto assembly line worker in Detroit, as a carnival worker, a journalist in New York City, on a farm of a Zen community in California, as a landscaper, a financial consultant, a janitor. After living in the Mendocino area for about twenty years he bought a camper van and moved onto a property in a redwoods forest ... Read more.

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Nonduality in a Nutshell

The teachings of nonduality have begun to come of age in the West, recognized (at last) as the central essence of Zen, Dzochen, Tao, Vedanta, Sufism, and of Christians such as Meister Eckhart. In particular, the recorded teachings of modern sages (such as J. Krishnamurti, Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadatta) have paved the way for a contemporary generation of illuminating speakers and writers.

What all of these spiritual traditions have in common is a viewpoint which is different from mainstream Christianity, Judaism and Islam. How is it different, and what are the differences?

Read "Self-Realization is Not Religion".

Other readings on nonduality on the website

You could visit Robert's blog which posts unpublished material, interviews, and questions from readers, read Enduring Enrichment, a short description of Robert's time in the redwood forests of California, or The Absolute Enigma, a short biographical sketch and introduction to nonduality. Have a look at video and audio recordings, or browse book titles by Robert.  You can also download Robert's first book Living Nonduality as a free PDF

Outside this site, you might like to friend Robert on Facebook (where shorter quotes are published). Or register for the Karina Library Press (Robert's publisher) newsletter (for updates of upcoming books) , or follow videos on Karina Library's YouTube channel.