Too Simple for Words

Too Simple for Words

Reflections on Non-Duality

Reflections on the theme of Non-Duality and the heart of Eastern wisdom.


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Are you interested in exploring who you really are? The answers are to be found in self-inquiry, the discovery of Reality that non-dual teachings offer. No prior knowledge of Eastern religion or spiritual practices is needed, as this book uses simple everyday language to investigate these issues through reflections, dialogues and poems.

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Synopsis: Graham Stew is a university lecturer with a long-standing interest in Eastern philosophies and non-dual (Advaita Vedanta) teachings. He enjoys sharing insights and understanding of this ancient wisdom. He wrote "Too Simple for Words: Reflections on Non-Duality" for the benefit of anyone interested in exploring who they really are? The answers to an understanding ourselves is to be found in self-inquiry and the discovery of Reality that non-dual teachings offer. No prior knowledge of Eastern religion or spiritual practices is needed, as "Too Simple for Words" uses simple everyday language to investigate these issues through reflections, dialogues and poems. Critique: Original, insightful, exceptional, and thoroughly 'reader friendly' in organization and presentation throughout, "Too Simple for Words: Reflections on Non-Duality" is very highly recommended -- especially for the non-specialist general reader with an interest in modern interpretations of ancient wisdom. Highly recommended for community library collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that "Too Simple for Words: Reflections on Non-Duality" is also available in a Kindle edition ($3.99). Michael J. Carson Reviewer ~ Carson's Bookshelf, midwest Book review

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Graham Stew
Graham Stew Graham Stew is a principal lecturer at the University of Brighton with a professional background in mental health and general nursing. Apar...
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