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Thoughts On Unity: wholeness and the end of suffering

Thoughts On Unity: wholeness and the end of suffering

by Todd Lorentz

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Overview

“Life is suffering”…so declared the Buddha more than 2500 year ago. No truer than this is what we are witnessing in the world today. War, widespread depression and mental illness, mass refugee movements, poverty, injustice and a collapsing global environment stand as testimony to the suffering that humanity endures based on the separation and alienation brought about by wrong identification and inner dis-unity. Lorentz takes us on a journey through the cause of our suffering – the original ‘fall’ from a state of unity with our Source – and provides a way forward that can restore our place in the Universe. The way forward for humanity is through Unity; not a unity characterized by slick platitudes or hollow aphorisms but a Unity marked by a renewed inner connection to one another, to nature and to the Divine.

Thoughts On Unity: wholeness and the end of suffering helps us to understand how we have come to be so disconnected from our inner selves and the world around us, and how the revitalization of Unity can lead to the true revolution that humanity is looking for to take it forward into a new world based in cooperation, right relationship, love, justice and sharing.

Previous works by the author include Nagarjuna, Nondualism and the Nature of Nothing and Essays on Nonduality–Volumes I and II.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780987778239
Publisher: Vedanta Publishing
Publication date: 02/20/2018
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Todd Lorentz is a philosopher, therapist, writer and esotericist with a BA Hons in Philosophy and MA in Comparative Religion from the University of Alberta, Canada. A dedicated student of the Ageless Wisdom Teaching and esoteric philosophy, he balances a longstanding practice of meditation with the practical real-world application of his ideas.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Wholeness and the Nature of Reality

The Origins of Separation

The Illusion of Separation

The Illusion of Identity

Dis-unity and Suffering

Unity and Language

Unity and Individuality

The Economics of Unity: Sharing

Unity: The Way Forward for Humanity

Unity and the End of Suffering

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