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Adventures in Advaita with Tony Parsons


Author: Nick Williams

Nick Williams works and writes in the field of mental health and is particularly interested in non-equilibrium states of consciousness, which are states of mind that cannot be validated by standardized experiments or by reference to any formal theoretical perspective.

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  • Saša

    Although I don’t have much knowledge of Advaita, I do have just enough to say that this is not a real deal.

    Nobody exists, and what happens, happens to no one, because there isn’t anyone… there is only a happening that happens and condensed apparitions calling themselves human.

    Sham gothic at its extreme which only needs a belt of explosives “to expand” into “freedom”.

    April 3, 2016 at 3:16 pm
    • Saša

      Well, although there is nothing, and there is nothing solid in reality, that doesn’t mean that he is not asking solid money for the “seminars”. And his children, of course, won’t follow “the doctrine”…

      April 8, 2016 at 6:24 pm
  • Saša

    “Contained within and directly following this happening occurred a revelation so magnificent and revolutionary in its nature that I had to sit down on the grass in order to take in its consequence. What I saw was simple and obvious in one way but completely untranslatable in another. It was as if I had been given an answer that had no question. I had been shown a secret that is open secret; and that all and everything that is known or unknown contains and reflects this open secret. Nature, people, birth and death, and our struggles, our fears and our desires are all contained within and reflect unconditional love. ”

    So there is an observer even at such “sublime” moments of “oneness”, after all – The “me”?! ;)

    April 9, 2016 at 5:15 am
  • Saša

    Yes, Nick, you’ve nailed it! :)

    In Oneness there couldn’t be any talk about “me”,”the external”,”imaginary”,”artificial”,”superficial”,”real/unreal”… the list gets pretty long here… ending with the mentioned “evil spirit” doing mischief unto “ourselves”. Everything would be real, because in oneness everything is – irrevocably.

    April 9, 2016 at 8:09 pm