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Solving Yourself free pdf Solving Yourself: Yuben de Wu Hsin focuses on the transcendence of the body and mind, which results in sudden insight into one's true nature. It produces an involuntary reversion to one's essence, a clear seeing that there is no place that one can call the center or a reference point here. There is nothing substantial that would allow one to declare 'This is where I begin, this is what I really am.' It is the recognition that what one is is nothing perceivable. Solving Yourself is unique in that it is structured in the format of daily contemplatives. The Yuben or Compendium of the Master's Aphorisms can act as a stimulant- they are not so much about what Wu Hsin says but about what they evoke and how we respond. What makes this work of Wu Hsin such a rare find is that the articulation of his experience pre-dates, by many hundreds of years, the expressions of the great Channa (Ch'an) masters of the T'ang Dynasty, often considered to be the apogee of Chinese thought.

About Wu Hsin

Roy Melvyn (1947- ) was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Eastern European immigrant parents. It wasn't until the 1980s that his interest in spirituality and religion began to blossom and his investigations into the Western religions began. However, by the early 90s, he was looking to Eastern philosophy for his "answers." Not long after he came to realize that the dogmas of organized religion were "one part mysticism and nine parts water." For him, that was not enough which drove him further toward the direct inquiry into the nature of "his reality." By the late 90s, he was writing about the more mystical aspects of Eastern meditative pursuits, exploring the writings of Dogen, Jiddu Krishnamurti, both Shunryu and D. T. Suzuki and Ramana Maharshi among others. In 2010, he published "Disillusionment: The Doorway to Present Moment Clarity" which details the results of this inquiry and in 2011 he published the first English translation of "The Lost Writings of Wu Hsin: Pointers to Non Duality in Five Volumes." Having traveled extensively throughout the world, he currently calls South East Asia his home.

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Author : Wu Hsin
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 04 June 2014
ISBN : 1500227099
EAN : 9781500227098
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 394 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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