Visit this site to get a feeling for the teachings of this remarkable
Englishman. "This method of self-enquiry, sometimes called 'headlessness' or
'seeing who you really are' ('seeing' for short), has been pioneered by the
English philosopher and workshop leader Douglas E. Harding (1909 - 2007). It is
a contemporary approach which investigates the question Who am I? and suggests
that you can see Who you really are here and now. It provides simple but deep
awareness exercises that direct you to this Seeing within yourself."
Linda Clair's profound Enlightenment and ever-deepening teachings combine
interaction with a teacher and a definite practice. "Linda teaches two simple, very
effective techniques in a non-sectarian way—observing the breath, and slow walking
meditation. No religious teachings or rituals are involved—just Simple Meditation."
This page on the Spiritual Teachers site is a good introduction to this Indian guru. The
interview of Alexander Smit provides a fascinating look at how Nisargadatta worked.
The Zoo Fence
An independent commentary on issues of interest and importance to seekers in
search of the Truth about themselves. Also an open forum.
A comprehensive portal site serving as a resource for the study of religious traditions
that developed in the Middle East and Asia. The Mysticism
Resources page focuses on traditional and modern spiritualities.
Religion and Spirituality Resources
Dedicated to wisdom, spiritual growth, and the impartial study of all religious
and spiritual traditions.
Wei Wu Wei
An archival site for the teachings of Wei Wu Wei (Terence Gray).
Inspirational quotes, talks, spiritual poetry, free music downloads, and
more. "Sharing ancient wisdom and modern inspiration."
The Franklin-Merrell-Wolff Web Site,
The Franklin Merrell-Wolff Fellowship Site, and
The Great Space Center.
Three web sites about Franklin Merrell-Wolff.
Bernadette's Friends Blogspot
Information on workshops and retreats with Bernadette Roberts.
Gurdjieff Internet Guide
Resources related to the Gurdjieff teachings and the Fourth Way.
Richard Rose biography.
Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi Web Site
Richard Rose admired Ramana Maharshi's simple, straightforward teaching of
Self-Inquiry, and devoted a large portion of his
Profound Writings: East & West to the Maharshi's dialogues.
William Samuel & Friends
Introduction to the life and teaching of William Samuel (1924-1976), a master teacher
who communicated honestly and clearly his insights on the Absolute and the premises of Nonduality.
Paul Brunton Philosophical Foundation
Paul Brunton's extraordinary wisdom-teachings "for people seeking deeper experience and broader
understanding of themselves, their world, and their Source."
Allspirit is a site of spiritual writings, poetry, quotations, and
song lyrics. Check the poetry index for a list of over 50 poets, including Rumi, Rabindranath Tagore,
William Blake, Hafiz, Thich Nhat Hanh, and many others.
Capacitie was the word used by Thomas Traherne to describe
essential being. This site is especially valuable for the archive on John Wren-Lewis,
Douglas Harding articles, dialogue meetings (inspired by David Bohm), and the newsletter, "Now."
Book of Daleth
A unique handbook concerning the human potential known as enlightenment and the
depths to which this philosophy is unsuspectingly embedded in our society.
This site contains over 1,000 pages, thousands of original articles and letters, and unique links.
"Contributors to Nonduality Salon have changed the terrain of Nonduality in the world. A powerful
resource of quotes, links to spiritual teachers, essays, and online communities."
the awakened eye
A place for ideas and teachings on Nondual awareness as they are put forward by artists,
educators, scientists, philosophers, sages, and saints.
"Where religion and science meet common sense." This site presents
largely ignored spiritual perspectives on practical issues such as emotional problems,
spiritual questions, relationships, and health. In addition, it hosts a collection of teachers,
scientists, and thinkers from many perspectives.