Wednesday, August 08, 2012
In the past few years, many new spiritual teachers have emerged on the public scene, many of whom are quite impressive in term of their insights and observations. In earlier times, such esoteric teachings were often carried by an "underground stream" of wizards, saints, alchemists and such, and these various perspectives were often difficult to find.
Today, with all sorts of media outlets available, such information is readily offered to a large group, and ideas spread often at warp speed.
Rupert Spira is someone whose work and perspectives are new to me, but he sounds quite interesting. He is a poet of some talent, and is associated with the school of "non-duality," a term which always puzzles me, but which (I believe) refers to the notion that "all is one," that is to say, "God is all that is and all that is, is God."
I found this Buddha at the Gas Pump interview when I looked him up, but have not had time to listen as yet.
Rupert Spira is offering a workshop in Boulder (Colorado) at the Boulder Center for Conscious Living on Saturday and Sunday, August 18 and 19. The address is 1637 28th St. (upstairs). I am planning to go, and would urge others to look him up on google and learn more about him.
See http://non-duality.rupertspira.com/home for more details.
Contact for Boulder: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rupert Spira - Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview - YouTube