Advaita Vision

www.advaita.org.uk

Page last updated 10 June, 2015

Advaita for the 21st Century

© Dennis Waite

2003 - 2015

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Welcome to Advaita Vision. The site was begun in 2003. A 10-point statement of what we stand for begins as follows:

This site provides a platform for all who are attracted to the vision of non-duality and like to share their views and their approaches. Here’s why Advaita Vision will be an open platform for all committed to self-enquiry:

1. People are at different points on their spiritual journeys.

Therefore different expressions of the fundamental principle of advaita are needed to meet their specific different needs. (Read More)


Those familiar with the original site (www.advaita.org.uk) will attest to the value of the links to other sites that may be of interest to the seeker, the who’s-who and lineage charts of teachers, and the guide to stimulating reading materials. The library section provides details of a vast number of advaita-related books.


The other sections are:

Articles: essays by various writers and teachers, across the spectrum of advaita thought (some interviews also);

Blog-site: in which a regular group of writers share their insights and understandings;

Q&As: any seeker can submit questions and I (and the bloggers) will offer a response;

Book-extracts: please submit anything that has inspired you from a book you’ve read;


NOTE:


advaita.org.uk is largely a static site. Many articles are archived here but new material is principally posted to www.advaita-vision.org. Ongoing series (see left) continue to be posted here, as are new book extracts. The Advaita Library is also kept up to date. Links, resources, teacher lineages etc. have not been updated for a number of years, but it is hoped they will still prove useful.


Any support by way of contacts, information and useful materials will be much welcome. Any donations will also help free up time and cover running costs. One other form of support is if you make all your Amazon purchases through us. Please use the buttons below to link.


REQUEST:


If anyone would be interested in blogging for Advaita Vision on a regular basis, please contact me via the link below.

OUR BLOGGERS

Advaita Vision at advaita.org.uk aims to bring you the best of Advaita, from  strict Traditional to cutting-edge Neo-Advaita.

See Details, endorsements and
extracts from the following books:

All books are published by John Hunt, publisher of books on Religion, spirituality, science, tradition, sacred text, personal growth and development.

Please support the site by making all of your Amazon purchases by clicking on the logos below:
and, for those books that you can only buy from India, use the link below:
Vedic Books - Spiritual Books from India

Dennis and several of the Bloggers at this site attempt to answer questions from visitors. If you want to ask a question, and do not object to its being included in this section, please email using the ‘Contact me’ link at the bottom of the page.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

BOOK EXTRACTS

See the list of book extracts to date. If you are a publisher or writer and would like to see an extract here to promote your book(s), please email me. The cost for doing this is a copy of the relevant book(s) to add to the Advaita Library!

Make a donation to PayPal to help support the site.

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Every little helps!

ARTICLES

All new material will be posted to the ‘blog’ section of the website and will be archived there. There is a ‘category’ for each of our Bloggers, as shown above and a separate one for ‘Guest Writers’. Please use the ‘Search’ facility at advaita-vision.org to find anything after 2011.


All essays written prior to 2012 are available here, sorted chronologically or by author. Please use the Google ‘Search’ facility at the bottom of this page to find these articles.

NEWS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

Most Recent Additions:


Two extracts from my new book -
A-U-M: Awakening to Reality, published in Sept. 2015.


The following series are ongoing:


A serialization of the excellent book by D. Venugopal - ‘Vedanta: the solution to our fundamental problem


A serialization of the unpublished work - Shankara’s Tattvabodha - by Dr. VIshnu Bapat. In addition to providing an invaluable introduction to the basic concepts of Advaita, this presentation is also useful for learning some Sanskrit!


An irregular  ‘Topic of the Month’


Takes a particular Sanskrit term or concept and feature quotations, articles and short blogs on that topic.