4/23 If you like this article and want to read this book, you can buy it here: I Am Not The Body I Am Not The Body – Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj Ram Dass, Ramesh Balsekar, Rupert Spira, Mooji, Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Liquorman and Stephen Wolinsky have all spoken about the influence of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj… Continue reading Book: I Am Not The Body – Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
Pythagoras, the ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician, is known for his contributions to the fields of mathematics and philosophy. However, his aversion to beans has well, it struck me as a bit weird. Look, I know some people cannot eat beans but beans are great man. Beans on toast, in stews in casseroles which are… Continue reading Pythagoras and Beans
Vajrapani Vajrapani, the thunderbolt bearer, the destroyer of ignorance, Your essence, pure and true, devoid of all hindrance, Your blue skin, a symbol of the infinite expanse, Your snake coiled around your neck, a sign of wisdom’s dance. Your gaze, unwavering, piercing through the veil of illusion, Your hand, holding the vajra, the ultimate… Continue reading Vajrapani, Protector of Grace
Recently I heard some an old piece of Alan Watts audio where he gave the reason as to why Buddhists and Hindus bow. With the big skeptical head on me I didn’t really believe it at first, which is one of my default modes it would seem, but upon investigation it turns out he was… Continue reading Why do Hindus and Buddhists bow?
*Recently I heard this story on something, a podcast, or a YouTube video, I’ve no idea where in all honesty so as best as I could remember it I’ve recreated it. It might even be true. Two Christian Monks There was once a Christian monk on a walk with a very good friend of his… Continue reading Two Christian Monks
For quite a few years now I’ve been wanting to give up the drink. Meat too. I don’t particularly have a problem with drinking and I drink far less now that since I started at around 16/17 years of age. My 20s were bad, very bad to be honest. I’d often wake up hungover to… Continue reading The Demon Drink
I’ve taken to not really sharing my visions but after a recent talk with my guru he made the point about what Peter Kingsley says in his books, I’m paraphrasing here but it was along the lines of; well, something from another world has told/shown you something. It’s for you but you can tell people.… Continue reading Vajrapani: The Protector and Guide of Gautama Buddha
3/23 If you like this article and want to read this book, you can buy it here: Valis. Is it really a review when a book is literally two months younger than you are? Not really. So let’s not call this a review, instead let’s have a look at the story and some of the… Continue reading Book: Valis – Philip K. Dick
Everything seems to have an archetype doesn’t it. Indulge me here and think of a father archetype, now a guard dog, now a shopping trolley, now a 1940s pin-up lady, now an English garden. There’s quite a lot there isn’t there and to me, it seems like we’re doing that thing that great Swiss thinker,… Continue reading What if there are just Two Archetypes?
2/23 If you like this article and want to read this book, you can buy it here: The End of Your World. This book is also available on Scribd.com. If you click that link and sign-up you’ll get 60 free days of membership and I’ll get 30. The spiritual teacher Adyashanti will, no doubt, be… Continue reading Book: The End of Your World: Uncensored Straight Talk on the Nature of Enlightenment – Adyashanti