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An introduction to Non-Duality

Nondualism comes from Indian philosophy and traces its routes back to the oldest upanishads. It is a translation of the Sanskrit word ‘Advaita’, which simply means ‘not two’ and refers to ‘oneness’; that which is already whole and complete, in the here and now. It points to an intimacy, a love beyond words, and at the heart of the ‘present moment experience’ is the return Home with an understanding that despite the compelling appearance of separation, there is only one single reality, of which we are included.

Non-duality is fully inclusive of everybody, everything, void of separation or hierarchy, a celebration of the intrinsic oneness, where energy is simply doing a dance and where there is absolute and total equality in beauty of the all.

Non-dualists would say life has no purpose, although in the story of ‘me’ life appears to be very purposeful. There is an apparent conflict when we use language to explain that which cannot be explained or intellectually understood. An example of this is the word or concept of ‘Enlightenment’, which only exists for the ‘me’. When the ‘me’ falls away, what’s left is what is happening but for nobody.

Our gatherings with each speaker usually take place over a weekend, once a month.

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We do not prescribe any way of living nor recommend any actions be taken by individuals. The ideas expressed at our events are philosophical. Responses to these ideas are a result of your own interpretation and are your own responsibility.


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