The Jason Shulman Library

Four Noble Truths Jason Shulman Buddhism
Re-Breathing Buddha’s
Four Noble Truths

 

"Jason Shulman takes the Buddha's Four Noble Truths as his musical score, and riffs on them like an inspired jazz singer. His music is immediate, yet timeless. I found myself humming along, and I'm sure you could even dance to it."

 -Eric Utne, founder, Utne Reader

For 2,500 years, Gautama Buddha's Four Noble Truths have stood as the Buddhist map to the causes of suffering and its release into enlightenment. In this book, Jason Shulman has reinterpreted these Truths with a series of revelatory insights into the powerful ally suffering can become in our search for freedom. 

Brush Work by Dairyu Michael Wenger

Dairyu Michael Wenger is a Soto Zen priest and a disciple of Sojun Mel Weitsman. He has practiced Zen for 46 years, 38 of them at the San Francisco Zen Center. At the age of 63 he founded his own temple, Dragons Leap, emphasizing Zazen and brush painting; courage, compassion, and creativity.

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THE NONDUAL SHAMAN®

 

A Contemporary Shamanistic Path and Thoroughgoing Training for Awakening the Self

 

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The MAGI PROCESS

 

A Nondual Method for Personal Awakening and the Resolution of Conflict

 

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ECSTATIC SPEECH

 

Expressions of True Nonduality

 

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The KABBALAH MONOGRAPHS

 

The Kabbalah Monographs includes four works: The Work of Briah, The Set of the World, The Master of Hiddenness, The Configurations.

 

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The Jason Shulman Library

 

Over the past forty years of teaching, Jason Shulman has worked to reconcile the deistic or relative paths of liberation with the consciousness of Buddhism and other non-theistic paths to create a truly nondual path of healing, one that does not exclude any aspect of reality. His work emphasizes the healing of the personal ego and its rightful place in any path that seeks liberation from ignorance and the awakening of compassion. It also seeks to bring the truly human world, with its imperfections, into alignment with the realization of transcendent awareness. In this way we develop a conscious awakening to the sacredness of every sentient being and every time-bound moment.

 

One of the central missions of The Foundation for Nonduality is to make these principles of nonduality available to a larger audience.
 
This new perspective on nonduality is being used not only by seekers of awakening, but as new approaches that enliven a variety of other disciplines, from teaching to parenting, from law to business, to medicine and other health-oriented modalities and concerns.

 

To deeply embody the nature of the inseparable connection between the personal and universal perspectives has powerful implications for personal as well as organizational healing.  Nondual consciousness sees the world and the individuals that comprise it, with both their vast imperfections and their beauty, as a workable basis for healing and change based on

reality-as-is, rather than a prescribed set of doctrines and ideas.