Non-dual Spiritual Teachings: Advaita Vedanta, Taoism, Dzogchen, and Zen
Ernest Holmes taught Oneness, the truth that there is only One being and everything and everyone is an activity of that One. Several Asian traditions teach that even oneness is not the ultimate truth, as Zen Buddhism says reality is “Not one, not two”. These teachings are said to be “non-dual”, Advaita Vedanta from Hinduism, the Chinese spiritual teaching of Taoism, and the Buddhism of Tibet (Dzogchen) and Japan (Zen). Over four nights we will look at each of these traditions to see more deeply what they are pointing to and how to draw from them an ever-deepening spiritual practice.
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