After Awareness: The End of the Path by Greg Goode

By Greg Goode

Written through prime non-duality writer Greg Goode, After wisdom offers an insider’s examine the Direct Path—a set of freeing non secular teachings encouraged via Shri Atmananda (Krishna Menon). This e-book stocks secrets and techniques of the Direct direction which are infrequently printed. It examines subject matters rarely pointed out in non-duality discussions, corresponding to the significance of ethics, the language of non-duality, the function of the guru, and the provisional nature of the Direct course itself.

Our smooth global is certainly one of myriad ideals and traditions. so much seekers discover a number of principles and non secular paths sooner than discovering whatever that feels correct: jap and Western philosophies, orthodox practices and mystical stories, autonomous reviews or devotion to a instructor. After information takes this range into consideration, treating the Direct course as one procedure between many, instead of an objectively actual description of reality.

This isn't any prescriptive, step by step ebook: After Awareness examines middle rules in non-duality and offers context, examples, and evaluations of those principles. It explores the Direct direction with no presuming trust within the path’s innovations. as a substitute, you’ll observe the significant parts of the Direct Path—such as direct adventure, understanding, and the witness—offered as instruments of self-inquiry, no longer everlasting truths.

With this open, pragmatic, and deconstructive strategy, you’ll see the Direct direction from many various angles. most crucial, you’ll find out how an exploration that starts off with daily views and experiential investigations into the character of the “I” can result in a feeling of peace and pleasure, loose from judgment, greedy, and self-consciousness.

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