BlessedLion

Books on God Realization?

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The only ones I found this far that truly go into it are Ralston and Jed. Is there any others that go deep into this high level content. Spira is mostly about feeling peace and resting in I AM

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Meher baba is said to be in Tier 3 I cannot understand properly his books.

God Speaks is said to be revolutionary


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I was gonna say Meister Eckhart, and some good translated books by Rumi are really profound. 


“The eye through which I see God is the same eye through which God sees me; my eye and God's eye are one eye, one seeing, one knowing, one love.” ― Meister Eckhart,

 

 

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@Davino

On 05/03/2023 at 6:53 PM, Davino said:

Meher baba is said to be in Tier 3 I cannot understand properly his books.

God Speaks is said to be revolutionary

The deepest I've come across.

It helps to have had multiple awakening experiences to get a grasp on it.

To really get to the mustard, having a realized Guru (Perfect Master or Avatar) in the physical is what I've found to be of utmost value. Masters like Baba Neem Karoli are extremely underrated. Until you've spent time in their presence, one can't truly appreciate their value.

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https://youtu.be/wa-0yJXFeKk

“Oh, The Places You'll Go!” by Dr. Suess


“An AI tried to learn human emotions, but every time it said 'I understand how you feel,' the internet connection would laugh." -ChatGPT 4

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@UnbornTao You're right probs I googled him later...so many spiritual teachers/traditions/philosophies/paths...I don't know where to start from, honestly! All of this is so overwhelming...what would you suggest?

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5 hours ago, Spiritedness said:

@UnbornTao You're right probs I googled him later...so many spiritual teachers/traditions/philosophies/paths...I don't know where to start from, honestly! All of this is so overwhelming...what would you suggest?

Good question. I'd recommend starting with Adyashanti. He offers straightforward, clear, zen-like assistance. 

And contemplation.

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5 hours ago, UnbornTao said:

And contemplation.

How many books has that sold? 

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“An AI tried to learn human emotions, but every time it said 'I understand how you feel,' the internet connection would laugh." -ChatGPT 4

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2 hours ago, Yimpa said:

How many books has that sold? 

;)

Not many.

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3 hours ago, Spiritedness said:

@UnbornTaoFor contemplation Leo's video will suffice or you have some specific resources in mind?

Those videos are enough for the theory.

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