Awakening to the Dream

The Gift of Lucid Living

The book 'Awakening To The Dream' is about Self-realization and written from the non-dual perspective.

Many of you who found this site are familiar with these words, but for those of you who are not, here is a short description: Non-duality is a general term that covers several -mostly eastern- schools of thought, which point to the single source before and beyond all temporal experiences and apparent diversity. While reading texts from non-dual systems such as Zen, Advaita, Taoism, or Dzogchen, you will find the affirmation that Self-realization has no promise other than to release you from your belief in a separate self or ego. That's it. The dropping away of the illusion simply reveals this as it is, often summed up in the phrase "Before enlightenment chop wood and carry water. After enlightenment, chop wood and carry water." The best known teachers in this field are Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and Ramana Maharshi. For more information I'd suggest you go to my links page, where you'll find pointers to some of the best sites I could locate. Enjoy.

Awakening to the Dream

Awakening To The Dream is a book about you. It points to and from the source of your true identity. The clear seeing that it refers to is neither complex nor simple. It is not something exclusive for an intellectual or spiritual elite, nor is it remote or hiding in the future. It is all inclusive, pure presence, closer than your breath. It is the heart of hearts, your birthright and innermost Self. This is your invitation to re-member what was never really forgotten.

Publisher's note: From Self to Self contains a compilation of expressions, questions and answers that came about in response to Leo's highly praised first book 'Awakening to the Dream'. Leo writes with characteristic insight and uses metaphor to illuminate the paradoxical and apparently confusing nature of non-dual reality.
"The words in this book repeatedly point to the essence which knows the reading as it takes place. Rather than an encouragement to follow a lengthy path, it is an invitation to step off the path. It does not point to 'your' awareness, but to Awareness itself in which the idea of 'you' appears. It does not point to 'your' beingness, but to the undeniable Beingness that appears as you."


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