All the books written on Advaita by eastern and western authors are based on the dualistic perspective and orthodox point of view. Thus, they do not have the Soulcentric vision of the truth.
All the ‘I' based knowledge expounded in past by some Gurus are skin deep. Deeper self-search required to realize the truth, which is beyond the form, time, and space. Most of the followers are stuck with glorifying these Gurus by forgetting their goal of Self-realization.Getting sentimentally or emotionally involved with the Gurus and yogis and their teaching and glorifying the Gurus’ blocks the realization of the ‘Self’.
What is the use of reading books after books on truth?
What is the use of searching for Gurus in order to get truth realization what is
What is the use of wandering in the mountains in the search of the truth.
What is the use of indulging in yogic Samadhi or meditation within the unreal world?
The ‘I’ hides the truth of the whole. Without real zing what is this ‘I’ you will never realize the truth which is beyond the form, time, and space.
Till you hold the ‘Self’ as the ‘I’, your knowledge remains skin deep.
What is it that appears as the ‘I’ and disappears as the ‘I-less? It is the Soul, which is present in the form of the consciousness.
Do not make the mistake of holding the ‘I’ as the Self because it is not permanent. ‘I’ disappears and becomes ‘I’-less.
‘I’ is an illusion and the ‘I-LESS’ is real and eternal. The ‘I-LESS ‘appears as ‘I’ and ‘I ’‘disappears as I-LESS.
Bhagavad Gita: ~ The permanent is always there, only the transient ‘I’ comes and goes. (2.18)
The ‘I’ hides the truth of the whole. .
The earliest ancient sages used the word ‘I’ to the witness of the three states not to the ego as moderns use it and think the ‘I’ without the body is the Self. The seeker has to understand the fact that the fact that ‘I’ is not the Self, but the witness of the ‘I’ is the true Self, which is eternal.