Tag: Absolute

The Bhakti of Nisargadatta Maharaj

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"Sometimes I feel I am everything, I call that Love. Sometimes I feel I am nothing, I call that Wisdom. Between Love and Wisdom my life continuously flows."
- Nisargadatta Maharaj



Nebulous Clarity

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The oxymoron that titles this blog needs some explanation.



What is Love?

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I suppose an easy way to describe Love would be to describe what it is not. This is how the Absolute is described, and I see Love and the Absolute as the same; our True Nature.



Contemplation on The Crest Jewel of Discrimination by Shankara (686-718 AD)

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One of my favorite and most helpful texts in my spiritual path was the reading (many times over) of the Classic Vendanta text "THE CREST JEWEL OF DISCRIMINATION" regarding the path to God through kno



From God to the Absolute - Stepping Beyond the Mind

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Spirituality begins for many of us as Children. We learn about God, or Gods. We learn about the life and adventures of Gods, and the spiritual lessons associated with these adventures.



Is There A Such Thing As Absolute Truth

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Absolute

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Sometime back I had written about the two kinds of movement. I want to go a little more into the subject and so to start with I am reproducing the post below.



where does God lives?

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