The Book of Unveiling: From Awakening to Abidance by Fred Davis (Author), John Ames (Editor)


INITIAL AWAKENING is most important shift that can occur within our lifetime, but even that key development is no more than an invitation to the larger dance. Ultimately, if we do not clear up after we wake up, then awakening will have been of little consequence. In the absence of that critical clearing process our awakening is reduced to becoming a pleasant memory of an important event that happened long ago and which we presently cannot quite remember or explain.

The movement toward abidance in, and embodiment as the Living Truth is what authentic spirituality is really all about. The articles in this book are written predominantly for those already in the post-awakening state. However, many of the challenges and difficulties we face in the earlier levels of awakening will be familiar to any earnest seeker presently in the pre-awakened state. Regardless of whether you are a seeker, or a finder, you’ll find aid and comfort here from someone who’s helped many hundreds of clients and students around the world.


FRED DAVIS studied and practiced Eastern wisdom for twenty-five years prior to 2006, when seeking ended, and true awakening commenced. In recent years he’s become a student of ancient Western philosophy as well. He is the creator and editor of AwakeningClarityNow.com, and the founder of The Living Method of Awakening. Fred is also the author of the nondual bestsellers, The Book of Undoing, Book of Unknowing, and Beyond Recovery: Nonduality and the Twelve Steps. He conducts both public and private sessions online via Skype and Zoom.

Look Inside

Motivation, Purpose, and Life Involvement in Post Awakening (Nonduality, Advaita)

Published on Jun 9, 2015

This a video about how and why to get re-involved in your life after you wake up.

Fred Davis, The Living Method of Spiritual Awakening, AwakeningClarityNow.com

Enlightenment Myths (Spirituality, Nonduality, Advaita)

A look at the “perfection projection”.

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