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  • By Vivianne on August 29, 2013

    This book truly deserves 6 stars. Having been interested in Advaita teachings for several years, this is a book that I plan to re-read several times. The book is easy to read, easy to understand and cuts down through it all. Through it all.For the serious "apparent seeker" who wants the skinny, this is it. This book is where the rubber hits the road. It cuts through the chase and the message is simple. Elementary school. Anything you want, do not want, think, do not think, see, do not see, do, do not do, decide, do not decide, hear, do not hear, have, do not have, boils down to this: the answer is that there is no answer, it is all a mystery, there is no one "out there". There is no truth. There is only this!!!!I find this book very appeasing, very soothing, very calming. When I read it, there is a sense of peace, a sense of something deep within resting. All the games, all the questions, all the mental noise stops. The nervous system also goes more in parasympathetic (restful) mode.I recommend also watching videos of Lisa Cairns (one of his students) on You Tube or on her website or attending her (free) upstream meetings. Wayne Liquorman also has very good MP3 downloads that support this message. Ramesh Balsekar also support this line of thinking. Joel Goldsmith also says the same things in different words though. Lisa is very young but I find her to be very clear and very radical. It is through her that I was attracted (again) to Tony's message.Tony is often considered as controversial and has received a lot of criticism but when (the apparent) "I" really looks, how can it be different? Either there is duality or there is none. Either there are two powers or there is only one, what is. For the apparent me, as Joel Goldsmith says, this message is also indirectly supported by Genesis 1.1 in the bible.Tony is also often misquoted as stating that there is no need for anyone to do anything, to take any decision. This is not what Tony says. Tony is simply saying there is no one out there doing or not doing anything. It is only this. Wayne liquorman states that it is not that we do not make or make decisions, it is that we do not have the sense of authorship anymore. Decisions happen or do not happen in THIS.This book is by far one the BEST spiritual books I have purchased, if not the best! Of course, not everyone will be ready to hear this very simple truth. (And there is no need to). The apparent me wishes it had known or understood this simple message a long time ago. It thinks it would have saved the apparent me years of heartaches and headaches. But again, with the play of what is, the apparent me probably was not ready to hear it. For anyone who is tired and wants to cut through it all, this book really may be the answer. This book really, really, really helped and helps me.

  • By David Deschesne on October 21, 2016

    The information in the book is interesting for those seeking to learn more about non-dualist approach to reality. However, the way the book is written is a bit clumsy. It's essentially transcripts of question/answer sections during the author's seminars and the topics bounce around a lot making it hard to track. Parson should have simply condensed the topics and his ideas into a conventional chapter format and wrote the whole thing like a normal book. That would have made a potentially complex topic a lot easier for the average layperson to understand. I think the author has a good handle on his ideas about reality, but this particular book's format does not do a very good job of conveying them.

  • By Mandrake on June 28, 2013

    Best book on non duality that I've read so far. Succinct, informative, and outstanding in it's field. A no compromise journey to the heart of the matter. I recommend this book to anybody interested in non duality. Be prepared to have your world dismantled piece by piece.

  • By kunzang brown on April 23, 2015

    Wonderful. This book is everything while being absolutely nothing at all. A must read - or not.

  • By Actual buyer on November 26, 2014

    Tony Parsons is always right on track. Excellent, entertaining, delightful~

  • By cameron on August 21, 2014

    The absolute best when it comes to the teaching.

  • By P. Ducote on March 27, 2014

    Awesome book! So well written. Revolutionary ideas that make total sense. Mind opening and expanding but feels real and understandable.

  • By Dean Raizman on October 14, 2009

    For the esoteric minded this book is one of just several that points at the the "Open Secret." Profound.

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