David Carse
Perfect Brilliant Stillness
July 26, 2019 Comments.. 177
Perfect Brilliant Stillness An intimate account of spontaneous spiritual enlightenment and its implications in a life lived beyond the individual self It is so rare to see any work that holds that essential and fundamental perce

  • Title: Perfect Brilliant Stillness
  • Author: David Carse
  • ISBN: 9780976578307
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
  • An intimate account of spontaneous spiritual enlightenment and its implications in a life lived beyond the individual self It is so rare to see any work that holds that essential and fundamental perception without compromise Your book is a beacon which can shine through all of the fog and nonsense that is broadcast under the name of advaita or non duality EspeciallAn intimate account of spontaneous spiritual enlightenment and its implications in a life lived beyond the individual self It is so rare to see any work that holds that essential and fundamental perception without compromise Your book is a beacon which can shine through all of the fog and nonsense that is broadcast under the name of advaita or non duality Especially as that expression comes out of no one Tony Parsons author of The Open Secret, As It Is and All There Is This book is a Gonzo Gita a Gone so Song of God a soaring, rampaging loving outpouring of Unmanifest Source displayed in manifest consciousness, playing a complex spiritual melody through the hollow bamboo flute of a Vermont farmer carpenter building contractor who was all but ignorant of the non dual tradition before a disorienting full enlightenment struck and he realized there s nobody home Robert Gussner PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Vermont Dept of Religion

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    1. Debra Moffitt says:

      If you dare to step into a true understanding of enlightenment and our True nature, this book points to the mind blowing beauty of perfect awareness or "That" or "Reality". As the ancients and yogis have described for ages, "That" cannot be described only experienced. But reading Carse's book leads the mind into possibilities that it can barely conceive. No seeking or self-help here. Everything is perfect as is and only a lucky few ever receive the gift of stepping out of the game to find "no on [...]

    2. Carolina says:

      I have no words to explain what this book means to "me".

    3. Chris says:

      This book is superb. It is a fascinating description of Carse's spontaneous enlightenment / total loss of self during a trip to the jungle, as well as an account of his experiences around Advaitic seekers as he tries to back-fit an explanation of what had happened. Piggybacking off these autobiographical accounts are reflections on a whole variety of issues concerning nondual awareness, the pitfalls of seeking, and the whole panoply of exploitative and deluded behaviours that plague the guru "c [...]

    4. Peter says:

      I know non duality teaching is about repeating - 'this' is all there is - in different ways, but in this case that message could have done with some editing. The book tends to ramble and repeat and go off on sidelines quite a lot! Not that there is any sideline, or any book, or anything etc. etc.

    5. Dawn Kimble says:

      This author, David Carse, suddenly awakened and he disappeared. His sense of himself as a separate individual was gone. The book was fascinating and funny.

    6. Natasha says:

      Truth, Oneness, One Thing Going On

    7. Don Elium says:

      Yes!

    8. Dean says:

      Straight down the line look at non-duality with no frills attached. DC tells it like it is, for someone who apparently "woke up" accidentally, while in the jungle. DC is uncompromising in his outlook and views about nonduality- there being nobody to awaken, and no method or path to 'get there'. It either happens or not. As such, the book is more of a monologue on what non-duality is and isn't. It won't be particularly helpful for those after a progressive path, but may help remove some of the de [...]

    9. Misha Hoo says:

      I absolutely love this book! David Carse takes you beyond where most spiritual teachers go, beyond places where the therapists or healers go and beyond where most spiritual seekers ever expect to end up. This is a true account of a sudden unexpected Awakening and an excellent attempt to explain what which is beyond explanationDavid Carse's direct approach is not for the faint-hearted and he will offend some readers as he scoffs at the Goa hippy circuit and the spiritual seekers' impossible attem [...]

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