To discover who we are, and what we are here for
Utilizing a variety of questions, investigations, affirmations, negations, and so on—that when released in stillness—bring us closer to the truth of our being
Relationship To Recovery
- A new avenue to satisfy the burning desire to know more, learn more, and experience more
- Particularly helpful for those with contemplative and philosophical orientations who wish for profound answers that could not be found in the cycle of material addiction
- Establishes a deep comfort and knowingness that comes with abiding silence, which transcends the illusory comfort of clinging to artificial intoxicants
Lessons on Self-Inquiry
Is Enlightenment an Illusion?
The Far-Reaching Consequences of Samyama
An Inquiry about Ending Suffering
The Witness as Underlying Cause of Self-Inquiry
Roles of Knowledge, Philosophy and Direct Experience
Self-Inquiry: From Inspiration to Realization
Relational and Non-Relational Self-Inquiry
Styles of Self-Inquiry and Bridging the Gap
The Evolutionary Stages of Mind
On Becoming 'Ripe'
Pitfalls of the Mind
Self-Inquiry and the Limbs of Yoga
Non-Duality and Ecstatic Kundalini
Darshan, Shaktipat and the Global Web of Awakening
Dissolving the Witness in Unity
Advaita (non-duality), Free Will and Karma
The Role of Desire in Self-Inquiry
A Confirmation of Unity
The Convergence of Bhakti and Self-Inquiry
Practices for Moving Beyond the Witness Stage
Adding Self-Inquiry to Core Samyama Practice
Alternate Sutra for Self-Inquiry Samyama
Is Mind the Enemy?
How to Recognize Relational Self-Inquiry
Who is the Perceiver?
Pratyahara: The Forgotten Limb of Yoga?
Ramana Maharshi and AYP
Ideological Jnana Yoga (Advaita-Vedanta)
Out of Our Heads
Catching the Attaching
The Aloneness of Enlightenment
Is Self-Inquiry Necessary for Enlightenment?
The Question with No Answer
The Uncertainty of Life
Samyama, Elbow Grease and Non-Duality
Enlightenment Time Line
The Transformation of Ego