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Philosophy of Consciousness Without An Object: Reflections on the Nature of Transcendental Consciousness

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Published October 12th 1983 by Three Rivers Press (first published May 25th 1983)
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One of the clearest technical introductions and improvements to Idealism out there.
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This work provides a unique description of the enlightenment process - Merrell-Wolff describes his own awakening experience. It is a rare blend of the mystical and an attempt to describe the experience in exact formal language. His writing is full of gems and is quite successful in my opinion in capturing many subtle nuances of a profound shift in consciousness.
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Amazing and authoritative guide...! With many aphorisms.
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Franklin Merrell-Wolff was an American mystic and esoteric philosopher. After formal education in philosophy and mathematics at Stanford and Harvard, Wolff devoted himself to the goal of transcending the normal limits of human consciousness. After exploring various mystical teachings and paths, he dedicated himself to the path of jnana yoga and the writings of Shankara, the expounder of the Advait ...more