✪ The Transparency of Things pdf ✩ Author Rupert Spira – Anguillais.us

The Transparency of Things The Purpose Of Rupert S Book Is To Look Clearly And Simply At The Nature Of Experience, Without Any Attempt To Change It A Series Of Contemplations Lead Us Gently But Directly To See That Our Essential Nature Is Neither A Body Nor A Mind It Is The Conscious Presence That Is Aware Of This Current Experience As Such It Is Nothing That Can Be Experienced As An Object And Yet It Is Undeniably Present However, These Contemplations Go Much Further Than This As We Take Our Stand Knowingly As This Conscious Presence That We Always Already Are, And Reconsider The Objects Of The Body, Mind And World, We Find That They Do Not Simply Appear To This Presence, They Appear Within It And Further Exploration Reveals That They Do Not Simply Appear Within This Presence But As This Presence Finally We Are Led To See That It Is In Fact This Very Presence Itself That Takes The Shape Of Our Experience From Moment To Moment Whilst Always Remaining Only Itself We See That Our Experience Is And Has Only Ever Been One Seamless Totality With No Separate Entities Or Objects Anywhere To Be Found.

✪ The Transparency of Things  pdf ✩ Author Rupert Spira – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 253 pages
  • The Transparency of Things
  • Rupert Spira
  • English
  • 08 July 2017
  • 0955829054

    10 thoughts on “✪ The Transparency of Things pdf ✩ Author Rupert Spira – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Yes, it s true I give a lot of nonduality books high ratings, but when it comes to this subject, my ratings are based on whether the message is what I need at the time of the reading The same book I originally gave 5 stars might warrant only 3 at another point in my search.Spira s book was one in which the message, for me, was very timely But since I do a lot of research on nonduality books before reading them, I m not surprised that I find what I need just when I need it.I d highly recommend Yes, it s true I give a lot of nonduality books high ratings, but when it comes to this subject, my ratings are based on whe...


  2. says:

    I hit a temporal state of bliss when I read a sentence stating that its even possible for the I to might not even be in the body Sounds weird but you d have to read it to get what I mean It s a collection of short essays that go over the same concept at different angles in attempt to be digestible for everyone It is a book that I feel that I can t share though as it i...


  3. says:

    This book is a very clear articulation of non duality, as far as anyone can go with metaphors and words It surprisingly gives even a foretaste of reality an achievement in high order logic Bodhidharma first Zen patriach declared about Zen reality or truth..beyond letters and words direct pointing to the mind of man Once in a while while reading words...


  4. says:

    This is one of the clearest nondual texts I ve ever had the pleasure to read It is always on the table by my reading chair.


  5. says:

    The Transparency of Things Contemplating the Nature of Experience is an excellent and scholarly review of Advaita Vedenta Non Dual Philosophy There are few books which outline this complicated and complex theory better that the author This book is a highly informative analysis of Non Dual Philosophy that I would highly recommend The author s interpretation best reflects the Indian concept of this theory however, Non Dual Theory is a common thread in other Eastern Philosophy as well as We The Transparency of Things Contemplating the Nature of Experience is an excellent and scholarly review of Advaita Vedenta Non Dual Philosophy There are few books which outline this complicated and complex theory better that the author This book is a highly informative analysis of Non Dual Philosophy that I would highly recommend The author s interpretation best reflects the Indian concept of this theory however, Non Dual Theory is a common thread in other Eastern Philosophy as well as Western Mysticism The experiences of both Eastern and Western Mystic...


  6. says:

    After reading this book I think I get what the author trys to teach The same thing is explained from various angles, which I think is required for this topic.But I could not distinguish facts from assumptions and ideas, which leaves me in a place where I can not decide if the world...


  7. says:

    Very good for contemplation and looking at what is the actual experience Highly recommend his work I found it best to consider what he said in silent contemplation His description of time, space, and memory and consciousness where very helpful to me Thank you for sharing this material.


  8. says:

    A contemplative masterpiece to be devoured a few lines at a time, Spira shares observations on the nature of consciousness and its relation to the self A powerful book but probably one that requires quite a bit of previous work and understanding on the reader s part to appreciate.


  9. says:

    Another brilliant work by a genius.


  10. says:

    This is a primer, a virtual consciousness for dummies It will take many hour of contemplation on the very things he sights in this book Excellent read This is a step beyond mindfulness meditation If you want to begin to understand the nature of our I am then ...

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