Archive for the ‘Adyashanti’ Category

Jim 1.26.05 I noted the comparison made here (by Jonathan and others) between Adyashanti’s teachings and Atiyoga (Dzogchen) and Lama Surya Das’ Americanized Dzogchen, and then I saw this quote of Adyashanti on a neighboring forum: The two biggest prongs of what I teach are number one, to abide and number two, to inquire deeply. […]

Jim 1.6.05 Column A Byron Katie Eckhart Tolle Andrew Cohen Adi Da Gangaji Adyashanti Saniel Bonder Nick Ardaagh Column B Stephen Levine Jack Kornfield Pema Chodron Shunryu Suzuki Roshi Thich Nhat Hanh Stephen Batchelor The Dalai Lama A.H. Almaas Steve Hagen Those in Column A either say or strongly imply that they are awake or […]

~julian 10.26.04 hey guys, reading the interesting dialog on adyashanti below. here are some of my observations. these are not about adya in particular, but come from having been in and around the satsang based groups since 1996: spending 8 months or so in a gangaji group (watching videos of satsangs and then discussing/meditating), going […]

Jim 10.5.04 Another awesome post, Julian! You cover a lot of important territory, and as you noted in a previous post, this is territory that Wilber at best glosses over in his work, in part because he’s never worked in the capacity of an integral/transpersonal therapist, and in part because as he’s said his aim […]

Puer 9.18.04 Hi Jim, A couple of quick impressions: After knowing Adya for a number of years, I can comfortably say that he doesn’t care about an AQAL model at all. He’s not an intellectual at all. Doesn’t care a whit about reconciling this map and that spectrum and that fulcrum … Doesn’t even seem […]

Puer 9.18.04 Credentials?!! You want some stinkin’ creditials??!!! Hi Jonru, I was tempted to respond to some points made in the root post of this thread … but (with according appropriate respect to you, Julian), the spiritual vanity was a bit too … um … pungent … yes, pungent, that’s the word … for my […]