Overview for 90 Steps To Oneness–Wisdom Deck
Staying Connected To The Source When one looks around, one sees diversity and separateness in everything. Oneness is not evident anywhere. In the trials and tribulations of daily living, our link to the Source becomes obscured and often lost. Can we re-establish this link? Here, for all of us, are words of wisdom from a modern sage, which in their profound brevity reflect upon various aspects of daily living: Mind and Ego, Love and Happiness, Thought and Meditation, Understanding and Enlightenment, God and God's Will, Death, and Oneness. Your understanding of the ultimate Truth may happen over time, or it could, with the drawing of a single card at random, occur in a flash! This wisdom deck features ninety cards. Each contains a gem of a thought from Ramesh Balsekar, India's world-renowned Advaita sage. Pull one out and reflect upon it during the day. Or carry the deck with you and delve into it as and when you feel like it. Such is the compelling power of the words of Ramesh Balsekar, who shows how you can find peace and harmony in daily living when you choose to live your life like God. This is the only way to live..."serene in the Oneness of all things."
Ramesh Balsekar (Author)
Rameshji, a teacher of pure Advaita, or non-duality, is an unearthly blend of the utterly human and utterly divine manifesting as a brilliant spiritual Master. His crystal- clear and profound teachings are backed by his complete understanding that "Nobody does anything" coupled with his life experience as a top executive of a major Indian bank, as a huSoft Coverand, father and grandfather -- all lived knowing that it is all happening as God’s Will. For much of his full life Ramesh, whose Guru was Nisargadatta Maharaj, has been devoted to Ramana Maharshi, in whose spirit Ramesh welcomes seekers and asks "who is seeking? Leave the seeking to Him who started the seeking." Books from this author - Celebrate The Wit & Wisdom, Your Head In The Tiger's Mouth, Pursue 'Happiness' & Get Enlightened (PB), Who Cares?!, Confusion No More.