The World is My Mirror Paperback – 1 Sep 2012
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In this regard the lack of dogma and BS that is found in most non duality and enlightenment books is a breath of fresh air. There arent any happy uplifting messages about higher states and bliss and whatnot but if thats your thing there are plenty of alternatives out there, literally thousands.
This book is basically a straightforward account of a normal sort of fellow finding out to his satisfaction what its all about. It is delivered in a conversational tone which is nice for those of us who have no one to discuss such matters with in person. If you have any experience with non-duality you will be aware that the answer is simple and not particularly appetizing to the "ego" which is of course you (without getting too zen "you are not you" about it). Its also a bloody mess to go through and something only a seriously deranged masochist would ask for so its nice to pretend you are not alone with it all and the way this book is written allows you to hear anothers story in a manner that is neither lesson nor lecture.
What also impressed me about it was the discussion of the most thorny of non-duality issues, other people.Read more ›
This book is a real 'page-turner' and that's an enormous feat for a book on Nonduality. They are usually so dry and a bit lifeless which should hardly be the case when one is writing about aliveness! But Richard has a wonderful way of putting things. and is a talented writer indeed. Highly reccomended.
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felt a bit depressed at times reading this however you could tell that Richard Bates analysis everything some people over analyse .... Read morePublished on 24 Jan. 2014 by Paul galvin
This is a superb book, one of the best I've read on the subject of non-duality. It's immeasurably wise and very funny in places (not something you could say about too many... Read morePublished on 21 Jun. 2013 by JoeC