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THE NATURAL BLISS OF BEING
by Jackson Peterson
"...a transformative journey that conclusively reveals one's own "enlightened self-nature" directly, leaving no room for doubt or uncertainty. For those who are serious about self-realization, this book offers explanations, insights and practical methods that can easily be applied without prior knowledge or experience with meditation or Eastern practices."
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The author has spent over forty-seven years in pursuit of the wisdom teachings that can bring about enlightenment and liberation from personal suffering. As a result his travels to meet actual masters who were themselves accomplished in this path, took him to India, China, Nepal, Japan, Korea, Israel, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. This book represents the essence of those teachings yet are presented in a completely generic and unique approach that anyone can benefit from.
Dissolved is a practical Advaita: impermanence; the nature of happiness; renunciation, diet, helping out the world, alcohol and drugs; all these topics are crisply addressed.
Dissolved is a full Advaita: in the end there is the dissolution into Self through surrender to the Guru and via self-enquiry.
Dissolved is filled with stories and metaphors, some of which you may have heard and all of which are heard freshly once again.
Perhaps you are seeking a beginning education in Advaita, or further practice of self-inquiry, or maybe you only want to enjoy the dialogue, the stories within, the story at large, the teaching, the expression.
In 90 pages of gentle dialogue, poetry, and storytelling, Dissolved offers all this, all you could and could not imagine. [Photo right: Tarun Sardana]
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DISSOLVED author Tarun Sardana interviewed by Non-Duality Magazine
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|I call Jerry the forefather of modern,
internet nonduality. ... Your book gave me context
to know that this is a truth that's been around a
long time and somewhat of a basis of major
religions, which helped me to relax into the inquiry
a little bit more, because the mind in the beginning
was resisting figuring what is this all about: Where
is it coming from? Will I go insane? Will I die? -Scott
This is without doubt the finest collection of Nonduality-flavored writings available today.
To bring [nonduality] down to public consciousness is in many ways an absolute gift. Thanks for writing ONE. ... Thanks for opening my eyes to nonduality ... We hope to talk to you again. --Rollye James, Coast to Coast AM
A very readable overview. True freedom arises through the discovery that separation is an illusion and that everything is, quintessentially, only One. This book can be an opening. Very well done and highly recommended. -Chuck Hillig
ONE is a clear and concise guide to the most universal truth of all: that the world between our ears that we call "me, myself, and my story" does not actually exist. When we see this, when we actually realize our true, nondual nature, conflict and suffering leaves us, and peace and joy prevail. -Jim Dreaver
beautifully how ... ancient traditions have pointed
RIGHT HERE." -Greg Goode
Katz has brilliantly drawn on lively passages from major traditions such as Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. This unique selection of writings paints a vivid picture of nonduality for the reader; bringing an ancient philosophy into the modern world with striking relevance. A fascinating read from beginning to end and every step along the way. -A.Walker
book is dedicated "to everyone I ever met on the
Internet", and as one of those people, I reply
with a bow and a Namaste...for you have enriched
my life. -David Hodges
is a great book, and your commenting shows great
sensitivity. Your presentation of the material
goes straight to the heart of the matter. I
especially loved the texts by Dattatreya and Ibn
Arabi, but also appreciated the part on
psychotherapy, on how it could be impacted by the
notion of non-dual truth. This book stands out as
an introduction, and furthermore serves to remind,
in so many ways, how all ideas about 'One' are
barriers to its recognition. Nathan Spoon
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