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Silence of the Heart: Dialogues with Robert Adams (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Dezember 1999

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Dieses Buch ist für den spirituellen Sucher der letztendlichen Wahrheit sehr zu empfehlen, da es ausführlich alle möglicherweise aufkommenden Fragen sehr verständlich und nachvollziehbar beantwortet und den Weg aufweist, wie man zur Erfüllung der tiefsten Sehnsucht gelangen kann.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen "Silence" had a profound effect on me 17. Dezember 2005
Von Dan Grafius - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I have read countless books on spirituality in one form or another, and this is my absolute favorite. Vedanta will obviously not be to everyone's liking, but I have always considered it to be an unsurpassed spiritual philosophy. The trouble I have had with it at times, though, is that it all seems to get a bit too "heady." If there is anything I am convinced that I need to do in my life to progress, it's getting out of my head more. But the great thing about Robert Adams and "Silence of the Heart" is that this is indeed Vedanta with a heart. Somehow, Robert Adams, through these dialogues, makes the highest expressions of Vedanta accessible and relevant to our daily lives. This is not dry, sanitized, or isolated Advaita. Robert's style seems a perfect fit for my temperament.

I hesitate to share the following, because often when I read such things from others I wonder whether the person hasn't just deluded themselves. Still, I can in all honesty say that this book had a profound effect on my consciousness, many times to the point where I was experiencing a joy or sense of something so indescribale that words fail me. Several times, while reading this book, I felt on the verge of a breakthrough of such depth or wonder that I thought I might somehow be "swept away." All I can say, in my very clumsy way, is that this "book" was much more than reading a book. I have never experienced anything like it before from any other book I have ever read.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Not New Age Neo-Advaita 31. Januar 2008
Von donna - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I have been studying Advaita Vedanta for over forty years including all the traditional sources. I have not been impressed by the current crop of New Age Advaita teachers, whose teachings might be characterized as "the cult of non-practice". Such teachings may be attractive and consoling to those who wish to be congratulated for being "already realized" but not so useful to those who are truly moved to realize the true nature of self and world for real. They do have the value of introducing newbies to the fundamental conclusions of non-dualism, but the seemingly logical advice to engage in no spiritual practice has a serious flaw. This flaw is the failure to recognize or acknowledge that nearly everyone is already doing a very intense practice -- the practice of identification with a presumed separate self. All of the devastating consequences including fear, sorrow, anger and all the rest -- called "suffering" in Buddhism -- follow from this already ongoing practice. This practice is not undone by simply reading the great Advaitic conclusions and somehow "noticing" that they are true. Such noticing doesn't cut very deep into the already firmly-held conviction of separation and mortality. Those teachers who merely offer "pointers" to one's true nature delude their followers into thinking that nothing beyond noticing what is being pointed to is necessary. For awhile, at first, this may seem to "work", but soon the deeply entrenched practice of egoity and presumption of separation reasserts itself with a vengeance.

I am sorry to see Robert Adams wonderful book, "Silence of the Heart", sometimes lumped into the category of such New Age Neo-Advaita. It is actually something quite different. It is far more reflective of the strong non-dualistic teachings of Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadatta Maharaj. Such traditional teachers fully understood the power of maya and did not underestimate its force. While they articulated the highest non-dualistic conclusions, they also offered potent practices to undermine the deeply encrusted egoic presumptions of aspirants. Robert Adams teaches in this same spirit. This book contains the highest wisdom that can be expressed in words along with a healthy respect for the obstacles faced by sincere aspirants. Adams offers the kind of realistic assessment and authentic practices to move beyond the limitations which have plagued us for eons, into the clear light of authentic wisdom and transcendental realization. Robert Adams was the real deal and is worthy of serious attention. Highly recommended for those who wish to move beyond the sometimes inspiring, but ultimately limited offerings of the New Age Neos.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Eckhart Tolle on spiritual steroids! 20. Juli 2005
Von Andrew Mann - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Spectacular Spectacular
No words in the vernacular
Can describe this document
You'll be filled with wonderment.

This is a really great book, my favourite, hence the introduction. Of all the Advaita Vedanta books out there, I found this the easiest to read and assimilate.

Ramana, Nisargadata and the like are great and I love most of the books out there on them, but this just seems to speak to me so much more than anything else.

Although there is nothing really new in this book (especially if you have been studying Advaita for a while) It really gives an enjoyable fresh perspective to it all, a bit like "I Am That" without the strain or headaches!

Great book, a joy to read :)

Since writing this review I've read Silence of the Heart vol II and listened to some of Roberts original live audio recordings, both of which are excellent.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Advaita Vedanta california style 7. Januar 2003
Von Shawn Regan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If Nisargadatta had been born in California I would expect him to sound much like Robert Adams does in this book. Robert speaks from the position of someone who knows by direct experience like Nisargadatta or Maharshi. The words mostly are as profound as either. Robert also gives practical advice on Self Enquiry and practice in general. Robert calls himself a desciple of Ramana Maharshi as he apparently had a spontaneous awakening as a teenager. A couple of quotes:
"There is only one I actually. That I is Consciousness. When you follow the personal I to the source, it turns into the universal I, which is Consciousness. Begin to catch yourself. begin to realize your divine nature. You do this by keeping quiet. The fastest way to realization is to keep quiet."
"Grass grows spontaneously, but we can imagine we are making it grow with our willpower. The same with the activities of our bodies."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Maharshi & Nisargadatta accessible for Americans? 19. September 2000
Von Kyle H. Hailey - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Quick note since none are here yet: This book has been amaizing for me at this point in my life. I have tried reading Maharshi & Nisargadatta but Adams' book talked to me powerfully, peacefully and personally. I highly recommend it. The essense of the teaching centers around "being" as opposed to "thinking". I found myself thinking while reading Maharshi and Nisargadatta, but while reading Adams I found myself letting go and being - beautiful.
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