Free of belief, consciousness shines pure, and anything done or believed with the intention of realising this can only obscure it. This cannot be improved and there are no stages to attaining it; the consciousness of all beings is already pure and complete. Meditation, yoga, fasting or any other spiritual or religious practice can in no way affect the natural purity of consciousness and there are no spiritual or religious texts including this that can in any way change what is already there. The purpose of this book is not to teach or reveal; it is only to disrupt the beliefs that we unintentionally use to obscure consciousness. Our beliefs are naturally being disrupted but this is a slow process that can be considered evolutionary. With this book, it is possible to speed up this process considerably. When belief itself is questioned deeply enough, a point of no return is reached and all false beliefs spontaneously collapse without effort. What we read or hear can be understood on a relative level according to what each of us is capable of understanding. This also applies to this book, but it is important to understand that we cannot fully understand anything until our understanding is free from belief. Free from belief, these words would disappear. A book that aims to dispel many myths in common society today, Everything That is Not a Belief is True will apply to those interested in reading about spirituality, psychotherapy and meditation. Author Ray is inspired by a number of people, most notably Nisargadatta Maharaj whose books include I Am That, The Nectar of Immortality and Seeds of Consciousness.
|Publication date:||1st February 2012|
|Publisher:||Matador an imprint of Troubador Publishing|
|Categories:||Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice, Mind, body, spirit: meditation & visualisation,|
Since a near-death experience at the age of 26, Ray Menezes has been practising meditation. He has worked in a specialist psychiatric unit for 8 years and has been a practising psychotherapist and meditation teacher for the last 15 years. He was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2004 and his first book Blood Washing Blood (Janus Publishing Co) was published in 2005.More About Ray Menezes