All There Is by Tony Parsons

All There Is by Tony Parsons newly listed for sale on the fantastic BookLovers of Bath web site!

Published: Open Secret Publishing, 2006, Paperback.

2nd printing. [First Published: 2003]

From the cover: Seeking is the most effective way to avoid liberation.

The contents of this book are totally radical and uncompromising. This message is a rare and singular expression of absolute non-dualism. It bypasses the mind and speaks directly to the very core of a wisdom that is imminent in all of us. When there is a readiness to hear, all seeking and need for personal endeavour falls away, leaving simply the wonder of what is.

There is no me or you, no seeker, no enlightenment, no disciple and no guru. There is no better or worse, no path, and nothing that has to be achieved. All appearance is source. All that apparently manifests the world, the life story, the hypnotic dream of separation, the search for home, is the one appearing as two, the nothing appearing as everything, the absolute appearing as the particular.

There is no separate intelligence weaving a destiny, and no choice functioning at any level. Nothing is happening, but this, as it is, invites the apparent seeker to rediscover that which already is the abiding, uncaused, unchanging, impersonal silence from which unconditional love overflows and celebrates. It is the wonderful mystery.

Near Fine.

[XIV] 241 pages. 8¼” x 5¾”.

Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I tempt with you something from here?

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