From the Author
The book was written shortly after Scott's shift in consciousness.
It cuts through many ideas that we often hold about ourselves, others, and the world. These ideas keep us locked in separation and conflict. By emphasizing these ideas, we carry with us a sense of lack, as if something is missing in our lives. This sense of lack leads us to seek wholeness or completion in drugs, alcohol, self-improvement, relationships, love, sex, shopping, work, and many other human endeavors.
Scott says, "We are merely looking for ourselves. Enlightenment is simply the recognition that presence is what we really are. This recognition allows all seeking to end, leaving a deep sense of permanent well-being and freedom, totally unimaginable to those who have never experienced it."
The central message in this book is that our real identity is love itself, beyond all the ideas we emphasize about ourselves, others, and the world.
In seeing beyond those ideas, love reveals itself as our natural state!
About the Author
Scott's central message is that enlightenment is not agoal to reach in time or an idea learned from the past. It is thetimeless presence that you already are. That presence is like anon-conceptual opening through which the continuous flow of everythingarises, including every concept, emotion, state, and experience.Although we use concepts to communicate for conventional purposes, theseparation they seem to point to can be seen through completely.
Scott isthe author of two printed books:
- "Love's Quiet Revolution: The End of the Spiritual Search"
- "Reflections of the One Life: Daily Pointers to Enlightenment"
And three e-books:
- "Living Realization: Your Present Experience...As It Is"
- "Living Relationship: Finding Harmony With Others"
- "Doorway to Total Liberation: Conversations With What Is."