Seeker, Follow no Path
Spirituality and Self-realization should be an effortless effort. This book gives some ideas of how one can pursue this elusive goal. The book looks at the Vigyan Bhairav Tantra, and the Tao te Ching for clues. The answer is already within you. More
The Vigyan Bhairav Tantra is a 5000 year old text depicting the allegorical discourse of Shiva and his consort Devi on the meaning of existence. Devi asks this not for her, because she has already surrendered to Shiva, thus attained, she is asking this for you, Humanity. Shiva does not tell her about existence but gives 112 techniques to use while meditating.
The Tao te Ching is the best method to actually surrender, thus avoid the 112 techniques above. It is a 5000 words discourse from Lao Tzu, as a guide to living life to the fullest and the best possible way.
The book's title is "seeker follow no path" as any path can lead back to where you started from. Rather go and meander thus find yourself. Seeking is also futile as it is implied as an action in the future.
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