If someone picks up a piece of nonduality and tries to say it is or isn’t nonduality, it falls into more pieces. They can keeping picking them up and saying that each piece is or is not nonduality, but nonduality isn’t keeping any piece of itself together. All the pieces are blowing in the wind. The answer to the questions of what nonduality is or is not, isn’t blowing in the wind. The answer is the wind.
Archive for January, 2009
Obscured by tension, Truth is known too little. Upon the release of tension, it is known too much.
Paul Brunton’s (newly released?) Photos of Ramana, Yogananda, Meher Baba, Unnamed People, Architecture, and ScenesJanuary 18, 2009
Although I was told by one person to freely distribute these photos and the links to them, I have been told by another person not to. Since permission in not free and clear, I have had to remove the photographs and links. Sorry.