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Some of his books have just been hard to read unless you're an intellectual.
While words alone can be supportive of practice, this work also provides a very clear introduction to the practice of inquiry.
In the Unfolding Now, Almaas provides remarkably lucid and practical guidelines for discovering your "True Nature".
One of the most boring books ever written and way too long. He could haven written the main message in 10 pages.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I feel like A. H. Almaas and Tolle are speaking about the same things, but Tolle can be a little esoteric and abstract for me. When I read this, I felt I like I finally got it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Grant Barker
A very pregnant presence of Now, continually giving birth to "what-ever is", stripping all aims and ideals to their bare essential.Published 16 months ago by Lawrence Bennett
The book is worthwhile for the message of looking beyond one's critical and judgemental thoughts about an experience in order to savor the peace and power of presence . Read morePublished 16 months ago by Daniel Fulmer
I love this straightforward approach to exploring one's true Self.. I used it as a work book and delight in the revelations that have unfolded.Published 20 months ago by F. E. Stewart
I agree with some of the other comments that this book was a bit tedious. However, it was also one of the better books in the Diamond Body series, and does help a bit to understand... Read morePublished 23 months ago by M. Troyka
How does it feel to live life, from the inside? Ouchie? Or expansive, spacious? Why? This is a gentle but sophisticated book that helps me explore myself, even my least loved... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jen
I found this book to be very interesting and inspiring. The excercises at the end of each section were exceptionally thought provoking.Published on May 21, 2012 by Beyond Satisfied
This 2008 book is based on a retreat given by A.H. Almaas. At the request of his students, he reworked his talk into a book format for a wider audience. Read morePublished on August 5, 2011 by W. W. Overwijk