|Each human is one with the Nondual Reality, as a wave is not separate from the ocean.|
Center for Non-Dualism
Articles Related to Non-Dualism:
Articles written by Center for Nondualism participants related to Non-Dualism and realization of that Reality will be linked here as they become available. Other articles may also be posted that are appropriate and of interest though maybe not directly discussion Nondualism.
Note: The following articles are by Swami Jnaneshvara and Carolyn Reynolds. It would be great if others are forthcoming from participants in our gatherings.
Faces of Nondualism: A new 30-page paper has been written as of October 2010 to help the participants of the Center for Nondualism and Abhyasa Ashram better understand the wide range of principles and practices related to Nondualism. You can download it here.
Nondualism (Advaita) in Vedanta and Yoga Meditation (VIDEO): This is a 3-minute video on YouTube.
Dualism and Non-Dualism: This is an article from the SwamiJ.com website, which tells a story about how we might quickly abandon our non-dual perspective.
The Three Streams of Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra: These three paths center around Non-Dualism as foundation.
Yoga Meditation on Soham Mantra (VIDEO): 8-minute video created by Swami Jnaneshvara. Soham means "I am That." Has 2 minutes of instruction and 6 minutes of practice.
Mahavakyas - Great Contemplations: Seven of the most potent traditional Advaita (Non-Dual) contemplations of Yoga Vedanta and the Himalayan Tradition (includes AUDIO).
Gayatri Mantra: Traditional mantra includes the three stages of Om (and Bhur, Bhuva, Svah) leading to the fourth, Non-Dual Reality (includes AUDIO).
Mahamrityunjaya Mantra: Traditional mantra of the One (Absolute Non-Dual) who looks out through the three "eyes" of gross, subtle, and causal.
Om Mantra and Seven Levels of Consciousness: Describes Om as a roadmap of sadhana, spiritual practices leading to Non-Dual Realization.
Om Namah Shivaya Mantra: A most potent mantra of Vedas and Tantra used in this and other variations in the Himalayan tradition and by others.
Shakti, Kundalini, and the River of Tantra Yoga: The One energy, known as Shakti, keeps taking different names and forms.
Sanatana Dharma (VIDEO): Sanatana means eternal. Dharma is from dhri, meaning to hold together. Sanatana Dharma eternally holds All together.
A Modern Day Parable: This is a parable about smoothly sailing through this lifetime completely independent of the vicissitudes of life’s experiences.
Are You Turning Into a Pillar of Salt? If your life lacks joy and spontaneity, perhaps this article can help you find some reasons.
Consideration of a Satvic Diet to Nourish Your Spirit: Are you feeling hyperactive and scattered or lazy and grumpy? Perhaps the foods you eat are aggravating your discomfort. Simple choices may shift you toward health, joy and cheerfulness.
A Peak Experience at Tanglewood: The impact of hatha yoga and meditation on musicians’ performance in this controlled study is exciting.
Help for Letting Go: Do you want to enhance your sense of peace and freedom? The fifth yama, aparigrapha, shows the way.