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Invité de Marc - Approches non-duelles - Organisation d'évènements - Non-dualité

Invité de Marc - Approches non-duelles - Organisation d'évènements - Non-dualité

La vie qui se reconnait Un rendez-vous du non-savoir avec Unmani Transcription du sous-titrage en français d'une vidéo en anglais Donc, il semble que, pour quelque raison, l'histoire se joue, comme si nous avons oublié Qui nous sommes vraiment. Et ensuite, il y a une une sorte de rappel qui semble se passer, une reconnaissance de la Vie qui se reconnait. Une reconnaissance qu'en fait, ça a toujours été, ne pouvant pas ne pas être. Et pendant tout ce temps, il y avait la recherche de... moi-même, il y avait une recherche à l'extérieur, ailleurs. Mais reconnaitre Qui tu es vraiment, est reconnaitre qu'en fait ce n'est pas dans une expérience particulière. Ce qui est reconnu est en fait, la Vie elle-même. Donc ceci semble aller contre toutes nos vieilles idées spirituelles de comment nous devrions être des personnes parfaites, comment nous devrions être bons et gentils, comment nous devrions être en paix tout le temps. Savoir Qui Tu Es vraiment est savoir que la paix est là, en dépit des expériences.

Magick-Instinct Nirvikalpa "The personal needs a base, a body to identify oneself with, just as a colour needs a surface to appear on. The seeing of the colour is independent of the colour - it is the same whatever the colour. One needs an eye to see a colour. The colours are many, the eye is single. Advaita Vedanta is very one pointed in it's message at least from it's two greatest messengers Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadatta Maharaj. Self Enquiry is the practive of the Advaita Vedanta schools. Click here for a description of the basic practice of Self-Enquiry or "I Am" Links:NonDuality Salon - Ramana MaharshiNonDuality Salon - Nisargadatta MaharajiRamana Maharshi - - Ramana - NisargadattaNisargadatta siteAziz Kristof - Incredible understanding from a living masterJean Klein HomeRamesh BaleskarMy selected quotes from "I Am That"My selected quotes from Jean Kleins' "Neither This Nor That I am"My selected quotes from Robert Adams' "Silence of the Heart"

Who was Hubert Benoit? The following description of Hubert Benoit (pronounced roughly as Oo-behr Ben-wah, with the emphasis on the latter syllable of each name) comes from John Fitzsimmons Mahoney's preface to his translation of Benoit's last book, The Interior Realization, published in 1979: I would like to say a few words about Dr. Benoit's life, for he exemplifies a combination of qualities seldom found today: wide learning, the highest degree of scientific and artistic skill, and great courage. After completing his medical and musical studies (he was a prize violinist at the Nancy Conservatory), he practiced surgery for twelve years. During the crucial period of the Allied landing in Normandy during World War II, he was trapped in a house during a period of annihilation bombing at St.-Lo and was severely wounded. His obituary was sent to me by Mrs. We learned with great sadness of the death of Dr. Descendant of a well-read family, Dr. We believe that Dr.

Stillness Speaks Perhaps the most mature and clear resource for information on Gurus, authors, reviews and announcements tracking what is happening in nonduality and advaita. Run by Jerry Katz My Friend, My Teacher "All Effort is Ignorance" "Absolutely nothing is personal" The Queen of Heart The premiere living authority on traditional Advaita Vedanta, having received the mantle from Swami Chinmayanda. Fantastic, deep website on all thinga advaita selflessly maintained by Dennis Waite My favorite resource for clear, uncomplicated understanding of traditional advaita from James Swartz My friend, who took the time to point me to authentic teachers and texts when I was completely confused. Best resource in the West on Ramana Maharshi Impeccable resource assisting students in locating teachers and events though out the USA

Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science: Resource Library: Articles A selection of scholarly and scientific articles and clinical research written by Dr. Joe Loizzo, Director of the Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science. Note: to view PDF files, you may need to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Scholarly Articles A Review of Donald Lopez' Buddhism and Science A brief review of Buddhism and Science: A Guide for the Perplexed, by Buddhist Scholar Donald Lopez, published in The Journal of Religion. Vajrayana Buddhism in Tibetan Perspective: A Spiritual Science of Civilized Happiness A draft of an article from the forthcoming Routledge Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophy. The Tantric Buddhism of Tibet as a living paradigm of contemplative science and civilization and the final synthesis of the Nalanda scientific tradition. Personal Agency Across Generations: Evolutionary Psychology or Religious Belief? Kalachakra and the Nalanda Tradition: Science, Religion, and Objectivity in Buddhism and the West Shri-Nalanda Mahavihara: Ivory Tower of Ancient India

Un océan de nectar Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science: Resource Library: Guided Meditations These guided meditations recorded by Dr. Joe Loizzo are meant to support all four horizons of contemplative learning and meditative practice that make up the gradual path to freedom and happiness taught in the Nalanda tradition. These are the same horizons of learning and practice covered in Nalanda offerings, including one-time meditations, Fall and Spring classes, Winter and Summer retreats and the Four Year Program in Sustainable Happiness. The four horizons on the gradual path are opened by four meditation techniques that power the "wheels" of contemplative study and practice: the body wheel of deep mindfulness for personal healing; the speech wheel of mind-clearing for social healing; the mind wheel of role-modeling imagery for cultural healing; and the bliss wheel of sublimation for natural healing. These guided meditations correspond to the "contemplative experiments" in Dr. I. Body of Light: Mindfulness of the Breathing Body Body Awareness Meditation II. III. IV.

Fleurs de Zen Terence Gray « Les doigts pointés vers la lune » est une célèbre maxime du bouddhisme chinois. C’est aussi le fil d’Ariane que déroule dans cet ouvrage, paru à l’origine en anglais, Wei Wu Wei (pseudonyme de Terence Gray, 1895-1987), pour aider les pèlerins en route vers eux-mêmes à traverser le labyrinthe de la quête spirituelle et à ne pas prendre des « chauves-souris pour des dragons ». Dans l’esprit des grands maîtres éveillés du passé, il renouvelle de façon percutante et profondément originale leur message à l’intention des hommes et des femmes d’aujourd’hui. Extraits L’événement Satori (Eveil, Illumination, Réalisation…) étant la réalisation du fait qu’il n’y a pas de Je, il n’y a pas de Je pour réaliser l’événement Satori. Pourquoi ne pas tout simplement faire ce que, de toute façon, vous avez à faire ? Ne pas choisir, c’est « être présent dans le présent ». Ed Almora Wei Wu Wei : D’origine irlandaise, Terence Gray, alias Wei Wu Wei, naît en 1895. Il meurt à Monaco en 1986.

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