Free Read [Sports Book] ↠ Consciousness Speaks - by Ramesh S. Balsekar Wayne Liquorman ↠


  • Title: Consciousness Speaks
  • Author: Ramesh S. Balsekar Wayne Liquorman
  • ISBN: 9780929448145
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback

  • A worthy successor to I AM THAT Ramesh s most accessible and easy to understand book An excellent place to start or end your search It is highly recommended both for the newcomer to Advaita and the knowledgeable student of the subject.
    Ramesh S. Balsekar Wayne Liquorman
    Ramesh S Balsekar was a disciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, a renowned Advaita master From early childhood, Balsekar was drawn to Advaita, a nondual teaching, particularly the teachings of Ramana Maharshi and Wei Wu Wei He wrote than 20 books, was president of the Bank of India, and received guests daily in his home in Mumbai until shortly before his death.Balsekar taught from the tradition of Advaita Vedanta nondualism His teaching begins with the idea of an ultimate Source, Brahman, from which creation arises Once creation has arisen, the world and life operate mechanistically according to both Divine and natural laws While people believe that they are actually doing things and making choices, free will is in fact an illusion All that happens is caused by this one source, and the actual identity of this source is pure Consciousness, which is incapable of choosing or doing.


    Commentaires:

    Daniel Prasetyo
    Wow, this book is a must read for you that interested in Advaita philosophy, Balsekar was the enlightened teacher who become enlightened after an intense meeting and translating his guru, the great saint Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. This book is in the Q&A format that accessible for a beginner and advance student of Non-duality. It deals with a wide range of topics such as karma, ego, the Self, reality, the nature of consciousness, causality, etc. This book can be summarize with the quote: "All [...]

    Jack Dash
    A brilliant book that really gets to the nub of that infamous question 'Who am I'Ramesh rips apart your illusions and points you right at the answer to this question. If you follow the direct way, this book is a must.

    John
    Format lead itself to repeating itself a bit. Other than that, its a good book about freewill. For the spiritually advanced. Or not. If you find yourself with the book in hand and reading it, as the book says, it couldn't be otherwise.

    Dean
    One of the more comprehensive "purist" nonduality books, written by Balsekar. This one pretty much sums up his whole teachings over the course of several hundred pages. I would place it in the top Ramesh Balsekar books, and one of the better "Neo-Advaita" books.

    Bobby Koneru
    Great book if you are interested in the Advaita philosophy. The book goes into detail about predestination vs free will, enlightenment, and the meaning of the ego. Very clearly written.

    John Bilbeli
    If your serious about discovering the truth or, more properly, letting the truth find you, this is a good book to read.

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