Category: Advaita Vedanta



Rupert elaborates on the connection between minds that stems from the consciousness-only model.

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Published on Feb 16, 2018

This exploration leads to the discovery of ‘myself’, the medium in which all thoughts, sensations and perceptions appear.

Published on Feb 9, 2018

In this meditation we are guided to abide as ‘I am’ which is the source of our longing. The discovery to be made is that objective experience has both a veiling and a revealing power.

https://youtu.be/xTPXMv_I-7k

Published on Jan 26, 2018

Self-Inquiry. Non-Duality. Infinite Awareness. Rupert Spira.
Abiding without concepts is the undifferentiated state.

Published on Jan 26, 2018

In this conversation Rupert encourages using direct experience when evaluating the Consciousness-only model.

Collapsing the distinction between the witnessing presence of Awareness and its objects.


Published on Jan 19, 2018

It is seen in this conversation that causality, choice and time are the finite mind trying to make sense of eternity.

The wisdom of the Mahavidyas, the ten wisdom goddesses who represent the interconnected darkness and light within all of us, has been steeped in esoteric and mystical descriptions that made them seem irrelevant to ordinary life. But with this book, written by a respected cardiologist who found herself on a spiritual search for the highest truth, you’re invited to explore this ancient knowledge and learn how it can be applied to daily struggles and triumphs—and how it can help you find unreserved self-love and acceptance.

The pursuit of contentment is an innate part of the human experience, arising from a fundamental sense of lack or inadequacy—all the things we believe to be wrong with us when we compare or judge ourselves. In our search for peace and happiness, we may find ourselves fighting the shadows within us, trying to repress or disown certain qualities, especially our anger, violence, discomfort, craving, and disappointment. But in order to stop this fight, we must expand our understanding beyond the dualities of good versus bad, right versus wrong, and beautiful versus ugly, and accept the parts of ourselves we’ve tried to deny.

Pulling from Eastern traditions including tantra and yoga, and focusing on the feminine principle of divine energy also known as Shakti, this book bridges the divide between dualistic concepts and non-dual philosophy. By exploring the symbolism of the Mahavidyas (Kali, Tara, Tripurasundari, Bhuvaneshwari, Tripura Bhairavi, Chinnamasta, Dhumavati, Baglamukhi, Matangi, and Kamalatmika)—each with a veiled face representing a destructive quality that perpetuates ignorance and suffering, and a true face representing the wisdom that stimulates profound transformation and liberation—you’ll learn to embrace and incorporate every aspect of who you are.

With practices, self-inquiry prompts, and stories from the author’s own spiritual seeking, this exploration of the divine feminine will gently reveal the source of your fear, pain, and suffering, showing you that when you allow those parts of yourself to arise and simply be, you can finally begin to heal, overcome your limitations, and open to the light and beauty of your true nature.

Kavitha Chinnaiyan, M.D. is an integrative cardiologist and advance cardiac imaging specialist. She combines her medical expertise with eastern wisdom to promote wellness and freedom from suffering. She has studied Ayurveda, yoga, Vedanta, the Direct Path and Tantra with teachers across the globe, the elements of which form her various meditation-centered courses. She lives in Michigan with her husband, two daughters and dog.

Shakti Rising – Book Publication Announcement – Critical Acclaim

Published on Dec 22, 2017

Rupert describes the process of inquiring into the true nature of the mind and the subsequent realignment of all aspects of experience.

Published on Jan 12, 2018

A woman wants to know what happens to her faith in God and prayer now that she has recognised her essential infinite being.

Published on Jan 5, 2018

A man would like to turn the theoretical understanding of his true nature into an experiential feeling understanding.

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