Living Nonduality is about the nature of living without division. In recent decades, many in the Western world have begun to look anew at the ancient spiritual teachings from the East: the Zen Buddhism of Japan; the Tibetan Buddhism of the Dalai Lama; the Tao of China; the Sufis of the Muslim Middle East; the Vedanta scriptures of India. 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? Nonduality and the direct and immediate experience of universal Oneness, often called self-realization or enlightenment, is explored in 238 brief monographs.
The author: Robert Wolfe