kyle barnett

Living Monastically (should We Live Monastically To Supercharge Our Non Duality Practise?)

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I want to know why most people pursue non duality from this lifestyle compared to normal people who still learn and practise non duality without living in a buddhist temple or far away in some japanese mountains. Religous belief aside, there must be extra benefits of living the ruthless lifestyle of being in a monastery. Why do monks mediate all day and only sleep a few hours, with extreme labour, and lack of communication. Not to mention full isolation from the world.

I want leos thoughts on this. Is this a more efficient but harder approach, or is it just a different way?

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