Awareness

an Introduction to the Fourth Way

Sunday, April 6, 2014
by Peter Ingle
an Introduction to the Fourth Way

The excerpt below is from The Little Book of Transforming Negative Emotions now on iBooks and Kindle. It explains the larger context in which work on negative emotions is meant to occur. copyright © 2014 • Peter Ingle • All Rights Reserved THE FOURTH WAY is a psychological system for the development of consciousness that is said to have existed... Read »

Swami Abhedananda

Sunday, April 6, 2014
by Peter Ingle
Swami Abhedananda

Swami Abhedananda (1866-1939) was an Indian mystic. Among his writings was The Philosophy of Work, from which the selections in The Heart of Awareness were taken. He was very much influenced by the Bhagavad-Gita, raja yoga, meditation, and Ramakrishna. If we study our own souls carefully, we find that our mind, intellect, senses, and body are within... Read »

I AM

Monday, March 31, 2014
by Peter Ingle
I AM

I AM is one of the books that served as material for The Heart of Awareness. Jean Klein was a French physician and musicologist who became a devout student and then teacher of Advaita, although he typically used simple language from his own experience in place of standard Advaita terminology. After living and studying... Read »

Books about Awareness

Monday, March 31, 2014
by Peter Ingle
Books about Awareness

This eBook includes selections about conscious awareness from the masters Huang Po, Swami Abhedananda, Ramana Maharshi, H.W.L Poonja, Nisargadatta, and Jean Klein. Buy it at Apple iBooks Buy it on Kindle blank text blank text blank text blank text blank text blank text blank text This eBook is a selection of observations by the author about awareness as the... Read »

ARTISTS will always be born, but whether there will also be art depends to no small extent on ourselves, their public. By our indifference or our interest, by our prejudice or our understanding, we may yet decide the issue.
~ E. H. Gombrich


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