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This review is from: Spontaneous Awakening (Audio CD)
If you were desperate to realize your True Nature, and you had but one day left on the planet, this might very well be the person to spend your time with. This was my first exposure to Adyashanti. My conclusions? Worth the time, worth the money, worth the look. He's the Real Deal. Namaste.
FIVE YEARS LATER
Adya became my primary distance-learning teacher. We have spoken a few times; I've seen him once. He's had an enormous influence on my spirituality. He and my one-on-one teacher, Scott Kiloby, are two of the clearest lamps in the land. HIGHLY recommended.
Add Rupert Spira to the clear-as-a-bell-in-the-night list.
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Initial post: 11 Jan 2013 13:08:00 GMT
S. Ross says:
I wonder why he couldn't publish under his original name? Not exotic enough? Not saleable? Seems a lot of money to made in this 'enlightenment' business, don't you think? If you truly had the answers, wouldn't you want as many people as possible to know the 'truth'?
£55 GBP or about $80 US(?) is hardly accessible to the masses.
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Last edited by the author on 11 Jan 2013 13:30:33 GMT
I would not rush a judgment on Adyashanti. There's nothing ego would like better than to discount away one of the clearest and most beneficial teachings on the planet. If you want free enlightenment material there's plenty available. My site, Awakening Clarity has an abundance of it. But question YOUR thinking, not Adya's. "Everything should go as I think it should go." Is it true?
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