Eleven people tell us how the ‘direct path’ approach as described by Sri Atmananda Krishna Menon (1883 –1959) became woven into their daily lives. In these essays you will find a mirror of your own journey. None of the writers are claiming enlightenment or liberation and yet we can each find something in these essays to learn from and identify with.The writers explain in engaging detail how this approach enriched and refreshed their enquiry and their established practice, be it Sufism, Buddhism, Christianity, Western philosophy, Advaita Vedanta or ‘new age’. As Greg Goode writes in the introduction to Real-World Nonduality, “Readers may find it a useful springboard to look at nonduality from different angles or learn that someone else is experiencing the same issues they are going through.”
Jimmy Hurley is one of the 11 contributors. Here’s his article – offered through the gracious and generous permission from the publisher, New Sarum Press and Greg. Jimmy has stage 4 prostate cancer and needs our help to raise $$s for his treatment. Here’s his GoFundMe campaign – please visit, read, and contribute, if you are able to and if your heart calls you to.
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