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by Leo Hartong

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Author:
Leo Hartong
ISBN13:
978-0954779276
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0954779274
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Non-Duality (September 18, 2005)
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New Age & Spirituality
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4.7
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The words in this book repeatedly point to the essence which knows the reading as it takes place. Rather than an encouragement to follow a lengthy path, it is an invitation to step off the path. It does not point to 'your' awareness, but to Awareness itself in which the idea of 'you' appears.

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From Self to Self book. Leo writes with characteristic insight and uses metaphor to illuminate the paradoxical and apparently confusing nature of non-dual reality

From Self to Self book. Leo writes with characteristic insight and uses metaphor to illuminate the paradoxical and apparently confusing nature of non-dual reality. His original writing is reinforced by a vast knowledge of non-duality in other spiritual tr A compilation of expressions, questions and answers that came about in response to Leo's highly praised first book Awakening to the Dream.

A compilation of expressions, questions and answers that came about in response to Leo's highly praised first book 'Awakening to the Dream'

A compilation of expressions, questions and answers that came about in response to Leo's highly praised first book 'Awakening to the Dream'.

Leo Hartong lives and works in the Netherlands. Life is his study and teacher. New Harbinger has published proven-effective self-help books and workbooks, as well as professional books on topics in psychology, health, and personal growth. Leo Hartong lives and works in the Netherlands. He has tried many roles and is currently simply sharing in, and pointing to, What is.

A compilation of expressions, questions and answers that came about in response to Leo's highly praised first book Awakening to the Dream. Leo writes with characteristic insight and uses metaphor to illuminate the paradoxical and apparently confusing nature of non-dual reality. His original writing is reinforced by a vast knowledge of non-duality in other spiritual traditions and he weaves these together with his own direct path to present clear pointers to contemporary seekers. An appropriately chosen quotation taken from various sources appears at the end of each short chapter. Also included at the end of the book is the full text of the Hsin-hsin Ming by the third Chan patriarch Seng-ts'an. “The words in this book repeatedly point to the essence which knows the reading as it takes place. Rather than an encouragement to follow a lengthy path, it is an invitation to step off the path. It does not point to 'your' awareness, but to Awareness itself in which the idea of 'you' appears. It does not point to 'your' beingness, but to the undeniable Beingness that appears as you.”
  • This is a follow-up to Leo's Book "Awakening to the Dream" which is an excellent book on non-duality. "From Self To Self" serves to answer questions that were brought up because of that book. Like so many books on the subject, these can be confusing or antithetical to popular books on how to be happy and live a spiritual life. If you need this in a book, don't read these. But if you realize the foolishness inherent in books that try to show you how to live a happier life and want instead to see the Truth that is your own real happiness, then read Leo's "Awakening to the Dream". If you have, and still find sticking points, then read "From Self to Self". One can read a question and answer in a few pages and let it percolate through the day. It is an easy read full of clarity and directness which is good for those that want that and will annoy those that want peaches and cream and magical thinking.

  • There's really not a whole lot more to say about Leo Hartong's second book, 'From Self To Self', that hasn't already been said in the other 5 star reviews...but basically, aside from being a fantastic collection of questions and answers, these dialogues clear up any confusion that may have arisen while reading this author's previous work 'Awakening to the Dream'.

    Anyone reading this review has likely encountered a number of wonderful books on spirituality that are presented in Q & A format; this collection of dialogues, however, truly deserves to be in a category of its own.

    A wonderful expression of non-duality...
    Thank you Leo Hartong!

  • This book is a great extention of Awakening to the Dream. One thing I've learned about the author in reading his work is that he makes great use of metaphor and repetition. This is a very effective teaching style. It certainly works for me. If you got into Awakening to the dream, you'll like this book too. I particulary like the short style of the sections. I can do a few reads while waiting at the bus stop, doctors office, or right before going to bed.

  • The relative story of "me" will preface this review by stating first,that I have read Nisargadatta,Ramana Maharshi, Krishnamurti,Wei Wu Wei,etc...All the spiritual "great" standards.Second,this is a review of a book about a subject that words cannot explain. That being said if "you" are looking for a clear and concise book on radical nonduality this is on "my" must-read list.
    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
    5)Oneness-John Greven
    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 Charlie Hayes
    Others have been read,(Parsons,Spira, Adamson, Balsekar, Liquorman, etc..)but the above listed are "who" resonated with the story of "me". Enjoy!

  • Interesting but difficult to understand. It's a study more than a "read."

  • Leo's first book, Awakening to the Dream (see my review), points to the utter simplicity of spiritual awakening.(How difficult is it to be what you always already are?) This pointing seems to go against so much conventional spiritual belief and experience that many questions and concerns naturally arise from astute readers. Leo's second book, which includes many quotes and references to other teachers and traditions,clearly, compassionately and wisely addresses these excellent questions and concerns. One again, Leo's unique ability to communicate This that is prior to any words enables the reader to fall out of their mind and into the simplicity of being. If you have any questions about what you really are and what true spiritual awakening is really about, you may very well find your answer within yourself from the pointers in this book

  • This book has really grown on me. I would give it five stars but it took a while to get into it. It consists of 92 two or three page chapters with titles like "The Seeking Curse" and "Who Creates All the Thoughts?".

    At first it seemed too dry and mechanical like some of Balsekar's books do. At other times too clever like Wei Wu Wei. But I'm about to read the final chapter called "Journey's End" and I have to say it's a good book.

  • Leo Hartong is one of the clearest, intelligent, articulate and considerate communicators of non-duality around today.

    Leo's second book, From Self to Self is a worthy follow-up / companion to the now classic Awakening to the Dream - expanding on and probing deeper into many of the topics explored in that book.

    Each of the short chapters - taken mainly from e-mails and letters - is presented in a question and answer format that lends an intimacy and relevancy that is often lacking in the traditional method of transcription from satsang recordings.