Egology IV

This article is the fourth and the last post of the 4 part series Egology. In Egology I and Egology II we expressed in detail the nature of ego as such and introduced the two types of ego operative, in a hierarchical order, in the constitution of the world and experience: The Transcendental Ego who constitutes/creates … More Egology IV

Egology III

In our two previous posts, Egology I and Egology II, we expressed in detail the nature of ego and introduced the two types of ego, Transcendental  Ego and Empirical Ego, which are constantly at play in our everyday experience of the world. The former is concealed while the latter, itself created by the former, is … More Egology III

Egology II

In a previous post, Egology I, we discussed the nature of the ego as such and the different types of egos at play in our natural, everyday experience of the world. I emphasize that by ego we didn’t mean selfishness or any of its negative connotations, which are only a few possibilities for the ego … More Egology II

The Great Sufi Master

Frithjof Schuon was a Sufi master and metaphysician and the chief exponent of the perennialist school of comparative religion. His approach toward truth is through the path of knowledge, similar to Jnana Yoga in Hinduism. In this short video he explains the relationship between religion and its esoteric dimension.

A Precious Book

The Perennial Philosophy by Aldous Huxley My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book is a gem, a must read, for people with even the slightest interest in the esoteric dimension of religions, any religion. It is a lucid presentation of exalting and inspiring quotes from mystics and saints throughout history. I believe it is … More A Precious Book

The Immortal One

Two simple propositions, taken from Vedantic philosophy, summarize the whole of truth and the way to attain it. One is from the verse 2:16 of Bhagavad Gita and the other is from Upanishads: 1) The Real cannot not be; the unreal cannot be. 2) That which begins must end. We needed nothing more if we … More The Immortal One