Definitions

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  • noun The belief that dualism or dichotomy are illusory phenomena; that things such as mind and body may remain distinct while not actually being separate.

Etymologies

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Derived from the translation of the Sanskrit term अद्बैत (advaita, "not two").

Examples

  • I particularly enjoyed the article about nondualism and the minyan leader roundtable.

    Surprised by God: Zeek and Hadar Launch Party | Jewschool

  • ~ Nonduality revisited -- In the end of the EI thread I once again came back to how Ken mixes and matches the various kinds and schools of nondualism in his rhetoric, depending on his immediate need.

    Speedlinking 3/26/07

  • But there are different levels of transrational and transpersonal consciousness, which result in different conceptions of nondualism.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Wilber is right when he says that the ultimate resolution of the mind-body problem, and the ultimate understanding of spiritual nondualism, can only be achieved by a higher than rational, contemplative thought.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • But there are different levels of transrational and transpersonal consciousness, which result in different conceptions of nondualism.

    Ken Wilber and Sri Aurobindo: A Critical Perspective

  • Wilber is right when he says that the ultimate resolution of the mind-body problem, and the ultimate understanding of spiritual nondualism, can only be achieved by a higher than rational, contemplative thought.

    Ken Wilber and Sri Aurobindo: A Critical Perspective

  • Instead, he showed how the Catholic tradition aspired to nondualism.

    PoetryFoundation.org

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