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Where To Find Good Non-Dual teachers


As explained in our previous blog post, non-dual teachings refer to a spiritual philosophy that emphasizes the unity and oneness of all things. This can be found in various spiritual traditions, such as Advaita Vedanta in Hinduism, Zen Buddhism, and Dzogchen in Tibetan Buddhism.

Here are a few teachers and philosophers who have contributed to the understanding and development of non-dual teachings:

  • Ramana Maharshi: An Indian sage and jivanmukta (liberated soul) widely regarded as one of the most important teachers of Advaita Vedanta. He taught self-enquiry as the path to understanding the nature of the self and reaching a state of non-duality.

  • Nisargadatta Maharaj: An Indian spiritual teacher and philosopher, who taught a form of Advaita Vedanta and advocated for self-enquiry as a means to reach a state of non-duality.

  • Eckhart Tolle: A spiritual teacher and author, he is best known for his books "The Power of Now" and "A New Earth," which promote the idea that true happiness and fulfillment can only be found by living in the present moment and realizing the non-dual nature of reality.

  • Adyashanti: An American spiritual teacher and author, who teaches a form of nondual spirituality, emphasizing the direct realization of truth and the infinite potential for self-transcendence.

  • Ramesh Balsekar: Indian Advaita teacher, writer and interpreter of Advaita Vedanta, he taught that the ultimate realization is the understanding that the individual self is an illusion, and that all experience is determined by universal consciousness.

It's worth noting that non-dual teachings can be complex and can take time to understand, and that different teachers and traditions may have different approaches and emphasis. It's important to research, read and explore different resources to find the teachings that resonate with you, and to also have an open mind, as different paths can lead to the same destination.


Nicolas Belliot


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