I Am That I Am: A Tribute to Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

Stephen H. Wolinsky


I Am That I Am: A Tribute to Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

I Am That I Am: A Tribute to Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

  • Title: I Am That I Am: A Tribute to Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
  • Author: Stephen H. Wolinsky
  • ISBN: 9780967036250
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback



This is a powerful companion volume to one of the most important spiritual texts of this generation, I Am That by Nisargadatta Maharaj It both illuminates and elaborates upon the major understandings, confrontations, and contributions of this most remarkable sage Utilizing his direct personal experience, interactions, commentaries, quotations, and the inquiry process, DrThis is a powerful companion volume to one of the most important spiritual texts of this generation, I Am That by Nisargadatta Maharaj It both illuminates and elaborates upon the major understandings, confrontations, and contributions of this most remarkable sage Utilizing his direct personal experience, interactions, commentaries, quotations, and the inquiry process, Dr Wolinsky transports readers right into the room where they find themselves in the presence of this most extraordinary teacher.


Recent Comments "I Am That I Am: A Tribute to Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj"

The author, Stephen Wolinsky, was a disciple and follower of Sri Nisagardatta. The main point of this book is that we are not the individual consciousness but, on the contrary, pure consciousness which is the gateway to the "Nothingness" or "Non Being". The author states that spiritual practices, although sometimes helpful, can be hindrances because they are based on mental constructs that have nothing to do with "Pure Undifferentiated Consciousness" or the "Nothingness". Wolinsky also introduce [...]

Not a bad commentary on Nisargadatta's teachings and approach. Takes a unique spin via some psychological enquiry. May appeal to some. Great Nis quotes.

I found this book to be unnecessarily repetitive in both the content and format. I am reading I Am That, which are the conversations with Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, and I am finding them more illuminating. What more can be said after the statement "nothing exists" is made? It is all much ado about nothing. Literally!


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