Nirvanasara – Table of Contents

 



Radical Transcendentalism and the Introduction of
Advaitayana Buddhism
Da Free John (Adi Da Samraj)
1982


Table of Contents

 

Introduction
– by Georg Feuerstein

Chapter 1

The
Purification of Doubt and Differences via the Introduction
of Advaitayana Buddhism

Chapter 2

Buddhas and
Buddhism

Chapter 3

The
Spiritual Advaitism of Jesus of Nazareth

Chapter 4

God as the
Creator, the Good, and the Real

Chapter 5

Pain,
Independence, and the Discovery of
Consciousnes
s

Chapter 6

Ancient and
Traditional Buddhism and Upanishadic Advaitism Seen in
Relation to the Radical Way of Advaitayana
Buddhism

Chapter 7

The Three
Views of Consciousness and Light

Chapter 8

The Great
Principle

Chapter 9

The Three
Ways of Buddhism

Chapter 10

Nirvana and
Samsara Are Not the Same

Chapter 11

Gautama’s
Problem

Chapter 12

Three
Fires

Chapter 13

Worldliness,
Selfishness, and Transcendence

Chapter 14

Realization
and Belief

Chapter 15

The
Practices of Insight and Devotional Idealism in the Way of
Divine Ignorance

Chapter 16

Insight,
Intuition, and the Heresy of Progressive
Enlightenment

Chapter 17

The Way of
Radical Understanding and the Traditional Formulae of
Enlightenment

Chapter 18

Atman,
Brahman, Shunyata, and Nirvana

Chapter 19

Transcending
the Hierarchy of Errors

Chapter 20

Transcendentalism

Chapter 21

Advaita
Vedanta, Classical Buddhism, and the Way of Radical
Understanding

Chapter 22

The Three
Teachings of the One Way

Chapter 23

Nirvanasara