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Essays on Nonduality, Volume II

Essays on Nonduality, Volume II

by Todd Lorentz


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This second book of a two volume series builds further on a variety of topics in Nonduality. Subjects include an exploration of theory and method in Nonduality; analysing the challenges to understanding and communicating ideas in Nonduality; the role of Nonduality in generating within us a longing for unity; the nondual philosophy of F. H. Bradley; the deconstruction of identity as interpreted through the Buddhist perspective of Anuttarayoga Tantra; understanding the illusion of identity toward overcoming of the fear of death; evaluating errors which can arise in Buddhist analysis in the absence of a Nondual perspective; and how the Buddhist Dharma could provide a unique response to the discontent and breakdown of western consumerist civilisation.

Author of Nagarjuna, Nondualism and the Nature of Nothing, Lorentz provides an engaging voyage into both the subtleties of nondual theory as well as the practical wisdom made available to us through nonduality. This revealing and sometimes uplifting exploration demonstrates the breadth and capacity of nonduality to provide answers to challenges arising from both the sacred and the mundane. More than this, however, a vision is accorded of a way of thinking that can embrace and accommodate both a material and spiritual view of world.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780987778222
Publisher: Vedanta Publishing
Publication date: 06/09/2017
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Todd Lorentz is a philosopher, therapist, writer and esotericist with a BA Hons in Philosophy and a Masters degree in Comparative Religion from the University of Alberta, Canada. A dedicated student of the Ageless Wisdom Teaching, he balances a longstanding practice of meditation with the practical real-world application of his ideas in the fields of healthcare, the arts, education and nonprofit international development.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Theory and Method in Nonduality

Nonduality and the Longing for Unity

Nonduality and the Sufi Tradition

Deconstruction of Identity Through Tantra

Overcoming the Fear of Death

Replanting the Bodhi Tree

The Dharma and The West


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