Nothing Personal: Seeing Beyond the Illusion of a Separate Self

By Nirmala

Personal growth, Religion & spirituality | Paperback, eBook


"The beauty of this collection of Nirmala's talks and dialogues is that it covers much of the spectrum of spiritual awakening, from the initial experience of one's true nature to the practical challenges, which always call for a deeper seeing and deeper understanding of how spirit manifests as all of life and beyond... Nirmala welcomes whatever arises within the field of experience. In the midst of this welcoming is always an invitation to inquire deeply within, to the core of who and what you are. Again and again, Nirmala points the questions back to the questioner and beyond to the very source of existence itself — to the faceless awareness that holds both the question and the questioner in a timeless embrace." — From the foreword by Adyashanti.



Who are you really? Are you your body, mind and personality? Or are you the spacious awareness in which they appear? Questions like these point us to the infinite Presence that is the true source of peace, and happiness. Nirmala, a spiritual teacher in the Advaita tradition of nondual wisdom, offers spiritual mentoring or guidance either in person or on the phone. More info and downloads of several free spiritual ebooks are available on his website at http://www.endless-satsang.com.


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Who are you really? Are you your body, mind and personality? Or are you the spacious awareness in which they appear? Questions like these point us to the infinite Presence that is the true source of peace, and happiness. Nirmala, a spiritual teacher in the Advaita tradition of nondual wisdom, offers spiritual mentoring or guidance either in person or on the phone. More info and downloads of severa...


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