The Direct Path: A User Guide ~ Greg Goode


Have you ever done non=dual inquiry and said to yourself, “I understand it intellectually but I don’t feel it. It’s not my experience!” If so, The Direct Path could be for you. This book is the “missing manual” to the Direct Path.

For the first time in print, Direct-Path inquiry is presented from beginning to end and beyond, in a “user-friendly” way. The core of the book is a set of 40 experiments designed to help dissolve the most common non-dual sticking points from simple to subtle. The experiments cover the world, the body, the mind, abstract objects and witnessing awareness. You are taken step by step from the simple perception of a physical object all the way to the collapse of the witness into pure consciousness. Your “take-away” is that there’s no experiential doubt that you and all things are awareness, openness and love. Also included are three tables of contents, illustrations, an index, and a section on teaching and the notion of a “post-nondual realization.” This book can be utilized on its own or as a companion volume to the author’s Standing as Awareness.

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Progressive and Direct-Path Teachings – Greg Goode

Discusses how direct-path teachings differ from progressive-path teachings, and characterizes nondual realization as “seeing the cover come off” and recognizing what was underneath as having been present all along.Truth with non-dual teacher, Greg Goode. http://www.heartofnow.com — Filmed by Roger Ingraham http://www.rogeringraham.com

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  1. mystic1muse
    Dec 13, 2013 @ 17:19:07

    Thanks for posting this!

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