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  • Nonduality of…

    Nonduality Explained in four Ways: What, exactly, is not-two?

  • Give to Caesar, Give to God…

    Give to Caesar, Give to God…

    Physics belongs to Caesar. Nonduality belongs to God. We have to keep these 2 separate, and as a result, the heart problem of consciousness belongs to God forever. // … until everything we do everything we think everything we feel becomes an experiment in truth.

  • Not-Knowing / God / Presence

    Not-Knowing / God / Presence

    “I rest in God.” This thought will bring to you the rest and quiet, peace and stillness, and the safety and the happiness you seek. “I rest in God.” This thought has power to wake the sleeping truth in you, whose vision sees beyond appearances to that same truth in everyone and everything there is.…

  • Why is WHY irrelevant?

    Why is WHY irrelevant?

    ChatGPT: In essence, the concept of “why” implies a separation between the self and the rest of existence, which contradicts the non-dual understanding of reality as an indivisible whole. Therefore, in non-dual philosophy, the question of “why” is often considered irrelevant or misleading in the context of understanding the ultimate nature of reality.

  • What Is Reality?
  • tossed to and fro…

    tossed to and fro…

    Not anymore driven by the sense of lack, the hunger for “more”.

  • One Song

    One Song

    nama rupa = names and forms

  • Without love and understanding

    Without love and understanding

    The question may naturally arise: How to invite love and understanding? And then we are back at the garden, soaking as causeless peace.

  • Knowledge puffs up

    Knowledge puffs up

    “… if anyone thinks that he knows anything, he knows nothing yet as he ought to know. (3) But if anyone loves God, this one is known by Him.”

  • Domestic Disappointment

    Domestic Disappointment

    George coined the term: Domestic Disappointment at one of our GardenOfFriends.com meetings! Please stay tuned ❤️ “Be the change you want to see in the world.”