Once we have eliminated all that we are not, we may begin to investigate what remains. What remains must be what we are. It must be who ‘I’ am. Or what this thing called ‘I’ is. We know we are not our occupation, what we do for a living. We are not the role we … More I Am That. Self-Inquiry, Part 2
In Western culture, especially in American culture, there is a tendency to identify our ‘self’, our sense of who or what ‘I’ is, with characteristics, or descriptors. It may be our work: I am a doctor; I am a welder; I am a dancer. It may be with a mindset: I am a Christian; I … More Who Am I? Self-Inquiry, Part 1
When longing ceases to be longing for something, and reveals itself, simply, as pure longing, a marvelous thing happens. … More Longing, and the End of Seeking,
If you get your mind thinking differently, you might start understanding time, or the lack thereof, differently. … More On Time, Now, & Deep Sleep
Non-duality comes from the word advaita, which is a Sanskrit compound. Dvaita, in Sanskrit, means two. The prefix a- in Sanskrit means not. Literally, advaita means not two. … More Welcome!
Most of us associate ourselves with our thoughts. We don’t just fail to see ourselves as the thinker of our thoughts, we confuse our identity with our thoughts. … More Thinking about Thought
Science says the universe exploded from nothing into something, into seemingly infinite time and space. Non-duality says the each of us explodes every morning out of nothing into something. Into time and space. … More Infinite and Eternal