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The legendary British actor Terence Stamp reads the book that he says 'changed his life'. This is an exploration of our existence and a journey towards enlightenment.

In what the author calls 'the fine print' at the start of the book, David Carse wrote: 'There are many books out there that will help you to live a better life, become a better person, and evolve and grow to realise your potential as a spiritual being. This is not one of them...almost every popular spiritual teacher in America and Europe is teaching that ultimate spiritual enlightenment...can now be yours; and that reading their book or attending their seminar will help you toward that end. This book will tell you that these ideas are absurd, because it’s quite obvious that neither you nor anything else has ever existed....' He then concludes, 'That said, enjoy'. We think you probably will.

©2015 David Carse (P)2008 Silksoundbooks Limited

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  • Robert P. Pherigo
  • 29/05/2016

My desert island book

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This book has been my companion for many years. I was thrilled to see that there was an audio version and Terrance Stamp reads it with real understanding. This is the best book I've read on the experience of losing the self but gaining the All.

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  • bella
  • 10/02/2016

A pearl beyond price

Treasures come our way in life sometimes through the generosity of others sharing something precious they have found. I will forever be indebted to the friend who told me about PBS and introduced me to David Carse. This is truly a life changing story, if you allow it to be. Finally the search is over for me, no small thing! I love listening to this narrative by Terence Stamp and I can tell he feels the same way, you can 'feel the love' as they say. Words cannot explain what all this means really. If you are interested don't pass this by but be ready for what might come next.

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  • Jo A Lapointe
  • 02/08/2017

Wonderful Wonderful

I will listen to this over and over!
Loved everything about it. Just listening is a meditation and always hear something different the more times I listen. Terence Stamp has been an inspiration in every performance he does.

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  • Roberta and Johnny Shaughnessy, Mindfulness Meditation Teachers
  • 20/06/2017

Entertaining But Not Enlightening

Narration of this very well written book was excellent. The book was gripping and very entertaining, however, it is entertainment only, in my opinion.
I was incorrectly under the impression that it was more enlightening than it actually was.
Seekers should set this one aside for less lofty intentions.

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  • Chris
  • 27/06/2016

The Only Book You Need

The writing is clear and straight to the point. You are that. You always have been and always will be. There's no need to find it or obtain it, because it is all there is. So why listen to an audiobook on it? Because most are misidentifying with what they are not, which is the cause of all the unnecessary suffering. This book points directly to what you are and helps to untangle the mess. Let these words wash through you until it is seen that there never was a you to begin with.

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  • Matt H
  • 10/02/2016

Perfect

Perfect for the Western seeker, imo. The material is not new but the delivery is. Mr Carse has a way of explaining the unexplainable, more clearly than any I've read, if that makes sense. I've always cherished Nisargadatta, Maharshi, et al. So does Mr Carse, apparently.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02/02/2018

Outstanding




There is no better book than this one to help realize your true self

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  • Raghu P
  • 19/11/2017

will shatter your reality

best one on Non-duality.
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  • Amazon Customer
  • 14/11/2017

nothing can be said

Any words would detract from what has been said in this book. It would mean it was not heard or experienced.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10/07/2017

Knock knock, wake up Neo

If you were a fish swimming desperately to find water and then realized that you were in it the whole time, subsequently to realize that you were not actually a fish but water, what would that be like?

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