Milosz, Lawrence, Einstein and Adyashanti on nondual awareness

Poet, novelist, scientist and zen monk – an unlikely gathering of extraordinary minds with a mutual perspective…
 

To see, purely and simply, without name,
Without expectations, fears, or hopes,
At the edge where there is no I
or not-I.
Czeslaw Milosz

 

Art is a form of supremely delicate awareness …
being at one with the object.
D. H. Lawrence

 

The individual feels the futility of human desires and aims and the sublimity and marvelous order which reveals itself in nature.  Individual existence impresses him as a sort of prison and he wants to experience the universe as a single significant whole.
Albert Einstein

 

The truest knowing is to be able to perceive without abstraction—purely, simply.  This is what the world is crying for.
Adyashanti

 


seeing from silence

a parade of nondual perspectives


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