Perfect Brilliant Stillness by David Carse

An intimate account of spontaneous spiritual enlightenment and its implications in a life lived beyond the individual self, Perfect Brilliant Stillness is a guidebook for the more advanced spiritual seeker who is ready to go beyond popular ‘new age’ ideas to explore in depth the perennial wisdom of the non-dual tradition of Eastern spirituality. Perfect Brilliant Stillness offers an invitation to finally let go of the false sense of individual self and to go, completed, beyond.

About David Carse

David Carse
lives in Vermont, where he continues to work as a carpenter. He does not teach. His search for the perfect brilliant stillness of enlightenment, David Carse became a rather reluctant Prophet, and his reluctance is not surprising given that the wild journey to his ultimate goal of self-realization involves some fairly disturbing annihilation of his self. For Carse there is no self, only the Presence, the Being, Consciousness, he as a man is merely a “thought construct”. With a glorious feeling of humanity and a real human being’s fight against a very uncomfortable conclusion, Perfect Brilliant Stillness takes you on a magnificent journey to the ultimate questions of existence.

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1. Is the soul immortal? 2.How can an Immaterial God Interact with the Physical Universe? ~ Alvin Plantinga

PBS’ Closer To Truth host Robert Lawrence Kuhn interviews Dr. Alvin Plantinga (often named as the most important living philosopher of religion today) about life after death? Is the soul immortal?
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Alvin Carl Plantinga (born November 15, 1932) is an American analytic philosopher, the John A. O’Brien Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame and the inaugural holder of the Jellema Chair in Philosophy at Calvin College.

Plantinga is widely-known for his work in philosophy of religion, epistemology, metaphysics and Christian apologetics. He is the author of numerous books including God and Other Minds (1967), The Nature of Necessity (1974), and a trilogy of books on epistemology, culminating in Warranted Christian Belief (2000). He has delivered the Gifford Lectures three times and was described by Time Magazine as “America’s leading orthodox Protestant philosopher of God”.

How can an Immaterial God Interact with the Physical Universe?

PBS’ Closer To Truth host Robert Lawrence Kuhn interviews Dr. Alvin Plantinga (often named as the most important living philosopher of religion today) about God interacting with the world.

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