Insights

Aloneness

by Catherine Ingram

“In solitude we are the least alone.” —Lord Byron IT IS SAID THAT SOME OF HIS STUDENTS once asked Rumi to reconcile his incessant speaking on the subject of silence. Rumi replied, “That which is truest of me has never uttered a word.” There is a depth in each of us that has never uttered […]

The Source Prior To All Perception

by Michael J. Holshouser

EVERYTHING THAT APPEARS REAL, Everything that you have been told, Everything that you have come to believe, Is all the fabrication of your mind.   There is no path. There is no dogma. There is only the absolute, And a universe of appearances Disguising the way home.   There has ever been now, Will ever […]

Finding the Truth Within the Dream

by Bernardo Kastrup, Ph.D.

IMAGINE THAT YOU ARE LYING on your couch one lazy Sunday afternoon, relaxed and unworried. Your life isn’t perfect, but everything seems to be going fine lately. There are no oppressive thoughts in your mind demanding your attention. You surrender fully to the moment and find yourself closing your eyes, even though you aren’t tired. […]

Insights On The Short Path

by Paul Brunton

Intuition knows earthly truth without the intervention of reasoning, while insight knows divine truth in the same direct way. (20-4-151) When the mystery of it all is solved, not merely intellectually but in experience, not only in the person himself but in transcending it, not only in the depth of meditation but in the world […]

A Great Game of Pretending

by Douglas E. Harding

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? The thought “I have not seen,” the expectation of seeing and the desire to get something are all workings of the ego . . . Be yourself and nothing more. The idea of difficulty is the chief obstacle. If we want to know the truth, if we’re interested to find […]