“The essence of reality might reasonably be characterised as the perfection of unconditional love.”
There are certain things that can be said about the human experience, certain truisms, that have a relevance to our mental health and how we live our life. They are sign-posts to self-realisation, as are the myriad ways in which we suffer.
This page is about direct self-realisation. There are my own poems and rantings, and also references to some of the other more eloquent and direct resources.
The Science of the Sages (Free Book) by Robert Wolfe
A mind-boggling in-depth tour guide of how modern science is drifting toward ever-greater alignment with the essential message of Advaita Vedanta, Buddhism, Taoism and historical figures such as Jesus and the Buddha
Living Nonduality (Free Book)
by Robert Wolfe
Robert cuts straight to the heart of Non-duality, addressing the most common difficulties in self-realisation and comprehensively contemplating the topic with almost inumerable parables, anecdotes and discussions. Not for the faint of heart; I have rarely encountered a work as comprehensive as this in my 10 years of reading on the subject.
What is Non-Duality? (Article)
by Buddha Brats
An attempt to define non-duality from the group that also publishes what I would call a somewhat unauthodox, engaging and fresh take on contemporary Buddhism; purveyors of so called 'Crazy Wisdom' which is a path relatively unfettered by traditions and religious baggage.
Why Materialism is Baloney (Book)
by Bernardo Kastrup
A concise, comprehensive and logical take-down of the absurdity of contemporary materialist metaphysics.