[Peter Ralston] The Book of Not Knowing [medieval history Book] Epub

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The safety of the known This Hitchhiker’s Guide to Awareness provides helpful guideposts along an experiential journey for those Western minds predisposed to wandering off to old habits cherished presumptions and a stubbornly solid sense of self With ease and clarity Ralston teaches readers how to become aware of the. I am loving this book It s easy to read and yet sort of exhausting mindfulness reuires so much energy somehow This book brings me peace and I like its format laid out like scripture chapters and verses a nice replacement for those of us who have left organised religion

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The Book of Not Knowing

Over decades of martial arts and meditation practice Peter Ralston discovered a curious and paradoxical fact that true awareness arises from a state of not knowing Even the most sincere investigation of self and spirit he says is often sabotaged by our tendency to grab too uickly for answers and ideas as we retreat to. This is the book that everyone should read And I mean it literally EVERYONE This is the most no bullshit guide to reaching highest states of consciousness that I ve ever readYou will have to read it multiple times to wrap your mind around the concepts that are being spoken in this book But just reading the book won t be enough You ll know why after reading itRead this book and you ll know what you should do in order to understand things that are beyond your mind beyond survival and beyond your self

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Background patterns that they are usually too busy stressed or distracted to notice The Book of Not Knowing points out the ways people get stuck in their lives and offers readers a way to make fresh choices about every aspect of their lives from a place of awareness instead of autopilot From the Trade Paperback editio. I did the audio book Apparently every sentence in the book is numbered like in the bible or a book of scripture for easier referencing or uoting The chapterParagraph numbers read aloud in an audio book serve no indexing purpose That was jarring and irritating and took much away from the listening pleasure one could have had from the book Also it is too much of the same thing over and over again and after a while of listening one automatically sort of tunes out


10 thoughts on “The Book of Not Knowing

  1. says:

    The Book of Not Knowing is one of the most important books that I own In fact if I were stranded on a desert island and could only have 3 books this would be the one I most definitely would not want to be without

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    This is the book that everyone should read And I mean it literally EVERYONE This is the most no bullshit guide to reaching highest states of

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    The book of returning to the simple state of nothingness This is a direct guide to your true nature of existing from nothing to the whole essence of just being The term not knowing is a start to understanding the world we live in by simply and effortlessly just living Ralston explains step by step the profundity of how our community thinkin

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    Ralston P 2010 The Book of Not Knowing Exploring the True Nature of Self Mind and Consciousness Berkeley CA North Atlantic Books Pape

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    No words can describe the experience I've had while reading this book It's simple and most complicated book at the same time Peter does a great job to explain indefinable subjects in plain words maybe that's why it took 600 pages to explain just 'not knowing' Simply it's about the true nature of you It's my bible from now I have to reread

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    I am loving this book It's easy to read and yet sort of exhausting; mindfulness reuires so much energy somehow This book brings me peace and I like its format laid out like scripture chapters and verses; a nice replacement for those of us who have left organised religion

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    “It’s not difficult to think of a child’s imaginative play as a conceptual activity but we don’t usually consider that everyth

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    I did the audio book Apparently every sentence in the book is numbered like in the bible or a book of scripture for easier referencing or uoti

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    The format of this book is laid out in such an accessible way for such an unaccessible subject matter Ralston gives the reader plenty of time to come to terms with the topic and argument of understanding for each chapter and even outlines help

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    The Tibetan concept of Skandah which means 'groupings' is a framework that explains how a person generates his or her individuality or ego And from a Buddhist perspective fixation on ego is at the heart of suffering The highly abstract theory of Skandah is unintentionally made far accessible in my opinion by P

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