Here’s a quick update on what’s new at SpiritualTeachers.org and elsewhere.
The Induction Series continues with a selection from Nisargadatta Maharaj’s I Am That titled “The Realization of Nisargadatta.” In this excerpt Nisargadatta clearly and, as always, succinctly describes his spiritual realization. Listen to my reading of The Realization of Nisargadatta — another example of a work infused with the “living word” of its author. As always, the podcast is free. I am asking one favor during the Induction Series, however. Please leave a review of my book Subtraction: The Simple Math of Enlightenment on Amazon. If we can get 100 ratings/reviews, it will really help the book get noticed. We’re at 48 so far!
The August TAT gathering at the TAT Center was rescheduled and is now a September 11-12 Virtual Gathering. Still titled “Love, Friendship, and the Return Home,” it features Art Ticknor, Anima Pundeer, Norio Kushi, and Mike Gegenheimer. For those who couldn’t travel to the originally planned August event in North Carolina, now’s your chance. See the full schedule.
New Book from TAT Press
The Kindle version of Always Right Behind You: Parables & Poems of Love & Completion by Anima Pundeer and Art Ticknor is now available. This is the first book from Anima, and its no-nonsense approach to spiritual seeking shines through. Combined with Art’s insights, I find the feminine/masculine and East/West perspectives particularly intriguing.
Quote That I’m Pondering
“Summer settles like a bee on clover – golden, busy, here then gone.”
A single line that equally encapsulates all of life. From This is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone. When you find a quote that stops your mind in its tracks, do all you can to give it space to work its magic.
Wishing you all the best,