Krishnamurti: “You are seeking, asking, longing, to walk on the other shore. The other shore implies that there is this shore, and from this shore to get to the other shore there is space and time. That is what is holding you, and bringing about this ache for the other shore. That is the real problem—time that divides, space that separates; the time necessary to get there and the space that is the distance between this and that.”

Quote is from the book: Robert Wolfe – Abiding in Nondual Awareness: exploring the further implications of living nonduality

If there were a principle of the universe, it would be that anything which any thing does is okay. Whatever. It’s perfectly okay. Whatever you do in the next minute (hour, day, year) will fit in perfectly—from the cosmic view— with exactly what is going on. It is not necessary for anyone to do anything other than what they’re doing, at any time. But if they should happen to do something different from what they’re presently doing, that’s okay too. Whatever is done—or not done—is an expression of the same actuality – Robert Wolfe

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Robert Wolfe – Abiding in Nondual Awareness: exploring the further implications of living nonduality

So, the non-dual realization is, as the teachings say, “All that is, is That.” (Call it “God,” if you want: but it is not a God that is apart from you; you and God are the same, singular actuality. As are all things.) Consequently, there is nowhere you need to go and nothing you need to do in order to be “one” with God. To comprehend this is the non-dual realization, so-called enlightenment – Robert Wolfe

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Robert Wolfe – Abiding in Nondual Awareness: exploring the further implications of living nonduality

So, the paradoxical truth is that even bliss is not a ‘positive’ condition to be sought. It is the condition of peaceful nonattachment which pertains for those who have transcended the dualities and preferences. Bliss is a presence which one accepts, when all else has been accepted without preference – Robert Wolfe

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Robert Wolfe – Abiding in Nondual Awareness: exploring the further implications of living nonduality

The real movement in awareness, which the sages describe, is not from one relative polarity to another–such as negative versus positive–but instead a profound transcendence of all polarities, all dualistic concepts, all relative (and thus limiting) points of reference of identification. It is not a matter, in other words, of ‘bettering’ one’s life; it is a matter of accepting life as it is, and placing no higher value on the positive aspects than on the negative aspects – Robert Wolfe

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Robert Wolfe – Abiding in Nondual Awareness: exploring the further implications of living nonduality

The true “creator” (being without form and being all forms simultaneously) is the created – creating in the very same instant. This is not a spirit, hidden somehow in the creation. It is the creation, the creator and the creating; all at the same instant. It is likewise, the destroyer, destroyed and destroying – also the same as its “counterpart”, at the very same instant – Robert Wolfe

Quote is from the book: Robert Wolfe – Living Nonduality

You have two choices open to you, in your attitude towards life: “iti, iti” or “neti, neti” “Iti, iti” means “This is God. That is God. Everything is God.” “Neti, neti” means “This is not God. That is not God. Nothing is God.” It has to be one or the other. Either everything is God or nothing is God. Either everything is important or nothing is important. Both are correct. But there is no truth in between. – Swami Gitananda Giri