Ashtavakra Gita and The Divine Name (Rupert Spira)

“Rupert explains that the passage speaks directly to the nature of our essential self or being. The name ‘I’ refers to our essential self. As we sink deeply into our being, it gradually loses the qualities that it derives from the content of experience and, at some point, stands revealed as unlimited or infinite being — God’s being.” Read More

Nonduality of Lao Tzu

The ancient philosopher Lao Tzu discusses our existence in his famous text the ‘Tao Te Ching’. He speaks of the Tao as the underlying reality that pervades all things. This is similar to the concept of nondualism… Read More