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Already Awake: Dialogues with Nathan Gill Paperback – March 2, 2017
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About the Author
Born in 1960 into a working-class family in South-East England, Nathan Gill's early fascination with the mysteries of the body and the universe led him to experiment with diet and herbal treatments, and to push his body to the limit with weight-training and body-building. When a shoulder injury brought the weight-training to an end, his thoughts turned to spiritual and esoteric matters. His investigations led him to the teachings of Da Free John, whose message that we are already awake and need no liberation struck a strong chord, and eventually to Tony Parsons and the philosophy of non-duality. During his years of spiritual seeking, Nathan was divorced, married and divorced again, a single parent to his two daughters throughout most of their school years, working as a gardener in a small village in Kent. His health, however, never robust, deteriorated increasingly over time and he became weaker and weaker. Unable to work and with no prospect of a cure, rather than live in pain and dependency, in June 2014 he took the decision to end his own life.
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Do "yourself" a favor, if you don't just "choose" to "wake up" on "your own". Read the following:
1)All books by Jeff Foster
2)All books by Joan Tollifson
3)All books by Leo Hartong
4)All books by Fred Davis
6)Radically Condensed Instructions for being Just as you Are-J.Matthews
7)All books by Scott Kiloby
8)Living Nonduality-Robert Wolfe
9)All books by Nathan Gill
10)All books by Chalie Hayes
Others have been read,(Parsons,Spira, Adamson, Balsekar, Liquorman, etc..)but the above listed are "who" resonated with the story of "me". Enjoy!
beautiful, subtle life changing way. So much of what is termed Advaita and non-dual teaching (which I have been steeped in now for over 4 years) has an elitist aspect that directs people to follow various prescriptions to get somewhere, purportedly to what is real, beyond the illusions of ego. Previously, I was wholeheartedly into this approach. Nathan's book so clearly depicts what is so glaringly obvious, that if one is even in the least open to the fact that there can be no movement toward or away from what is, then a deep seeing is just about unavoidable. Ego identified or not, "awakeness" is not something distant and rare, but is all that is. This book puts this realization in the most simple and direct manner. There is not a trace of elitism or self-aggrandizement, whatsoever. There is a real, warm, open invitation to just see the obvious and to celebrate everything as the expression of the divine by the divine as the divine. Nothing and no one is excluded. So many teachings seem to place themselves above the so-called "ordinary" people. Nathan does anything but this with his words. The expression that comes through him is simply the humble beloved embracing, being all and everyone and everything and being no-thing and no one. I fell in love with what is, as it is, as I am and seem to be. This is miraculous and my gratitude is endless.