Nothing Personal: Seeing Beyond the Illusion of a Separate Self

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This wide ranging guide to spiritual realization "covers much of the spectrum of spiritual awakening, from the initial experience of one’s true nature to the practical challenges, which always call for a deeper understanding of how spirit manifests. What is appealing about Nirmala is his humility and lack of pretense, which welcomes whatever arises."-from the foreword by Adyashanti. More

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 15% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
About Nirmala

Who are you really? Are you your body. mind and personality? Or are you the spacious awareness in which they appear? Questions like these point us to the infinite Presence that is the true source of peace, happiness and fulfillment. They are an opportunity to discover that the peace and happiness you have been seeking is already present, here and now.

About Nirmala:

After a lifetime of spiritual seeking, Nirmala met his teacher, Neelam. She convinced Nirmala that seeking wasn’t necessary since everything is already here within us; and after experiencing a profound spiritual awakening in India, he began offering satsangs (gatherings for inquiring into the truth) and individual spiritual mentoring with Neelam’s blessing. Nirmala offers a unique vision and a gentle, compassionate approach, which adds to the rich tradition of inquiry into the truth of Being. He is also the author of several books including Nothing Personal: Seeing Beyond the Illusion of a Separate Self. He has been offering satsang throughout the United States and Canada since 1998. Nirmala lives in Sedona, Arizona with his wife, Gina Lake.

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: Denise Bayles on Nov. 13, 2011 :
Love it!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Amrita Skye Blaine on April 20, 2011 :
I wanted to write a longer review. I've been sitting with nondual teachers and reading extensively for three years. "Nothing Personal" has touched me more deeply than any other reading, from Longchenpa to Tony Parsons. I reread it regularly--soak it in, really. It is a must-own book.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Print Edition

Report this book