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Nothing Existed Except the Eyes of the Maharshi by N.R. Krishnamurti Aiyer. Oct. 29, 2001

Who Are You? An Interview With Papaji by Jeff Greenwald. Oct. 24, 2001

An Interview with Byron Katie by Sunny Massad. Oct. 23, 2001

An Interview with Douglas Harding by Kriben Pillay. Oct. 21, 2001

The Nectar of Immortality by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. Oct. 18, 2001

The Power of the Presence Part Two by David Godman. Oct. 15, 2001

The Quintessence of My Teaching
by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. Oct. 3, 2001

Interview With David Godman. Sept. 28, 2001

The Power of the Presence Part One by David Godman. Sept. 28, 2001

Nothing Ever Happened Volume 1 by David Godman. Sept. 23, 2001

Collision with the Infinite by Suzanne Segal. Sept. 22, 2001

Lilly of the Valley, the Bright and Morning Star by Charlie Hopkins. August 9, 2001


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Realization.org contains hundreds of links to other sites on a variety of subjects. You can search for them with our index, or read brief descriptions of them on the reference pages in the list below.


Site index
Advice for Beginners
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Glossaries
G.I. Gurdjieff
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Jinendra Swami
Jnana Yoga
U.G. Krishnamurti
Kundalini
Lucid Dreaming
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Master Charles
Meditation
Meditation in Prisons
Neuroscience
Neurotech
Nisargadatta February 28
Nishkama Karma
Om, Aum, Pranava
Osho
Poonja (Papaji) March 1
Prayer and Sickness
Purohit Swami
Ramana Maharshi
Reiki
Sanskrit
Spiritual Emergence Network
Spiritual Emergency
Swami Sivananda
Tantra
Trepanation
Upanishads
Yoga
Yoga Links

 

 TECHNIQUES 


Please see our page on Meditation Techniques.


 GLOSSARIES (DICTIONARIES)  


For a list of glossaries, please go to this page.

 

 MAGAZINES  


For a list of magazines, please go to this page.

 

 CONSCIOUSNESS STUDIES 


Journal of Consciousness Studies

A peer-reviewed multidisciplinary academic journal that combines the perspectives of modern academic fields (neuroscience, philosophy, etc.) with what its editors call "mysticism" -- i.e., enlightenment traditions. Some of the contributors have considerable meditation experience. Check out the archived mail list threads; this is a place where smart people who know about a lot of different things get together to talk.


Mind-Brain Resources

Superb list of annotated links to academic resources in neuroscience, philosophy, consciousness studies, and artificial intelligence. Includes categorized list of online journals.


Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness

Academic organization that promotes multidisciplinary research into function and mechanisms of consciousness. The website includes excellent "electronic seminars" (moderated email discussions).


PSYCHE

Refereed electronic journal of interdisciplinary consciousness studies. Published by Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness.


Online Papers on Consciousness

Links to nearly 600 papers on consciousness written mostly by western academic philosophers and scientists, organized by category.


 SCIENCE 


Bibliography of 508 Scientific Papers on Transcendental Meditation

An annotated bibliography of 508 scientific papers that examine Transcendental Meditation (a traditional method of Advaitan japa meditation which is marketed in a modern way) from physiological, psychological, and sociological perspectives. Follow the links on this page to see the citations. Many of these papers were written by real scientists and published in respected peer-reviewed journals. From the official TM website.


Vivekananda Kendra Yoga Research Foundation
A list of about a hundred scientific papers and studies in progress conducted by this foundation, which is a diploma-granting institution of higher learning in Bangalore, India. The studies investigate physiological, psychological, and sociological effects of yoga. Many of them were published in respected peer-reviewed journals.


Dr. Charles T. Tart: Home Page and Virtual Library
Dr. Tart was a professor of psychology at the University of California for 28 years and is now on the faculty at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. His website has scientific papers and bibliographies related to his research interests, which include altered states of consciousness, dreams, Gurdjieff, hypnosis, meditation, mindfulness, personal growth, parapsychology, and transpersonal psychology. We have never met him, but his site was obviously made by a very kind and generous human being.


TASTE
An online journal that publishes first-person accounts by scientists of transcendent (mystical, psychic or paranormal) experiences. Edited by Dr. Charles T. Tart. The acronym stands for "The Archives of Scientists' Transcendent Experiences."


The Monroe Institute
Bibliography of papers on brain-frequency entrainment by means of binaural beats.

 

 SOURCES OF PRINT BOOKS 


For a list of bookstores, please go to this page.

 

 SOURCES OF ON-LINE BOOKS 


Access to Insight

Library of Theravada Buddhist texts in English translation including 700 indexed suttas from the Pali Canon, 200 other books, and a Pali glossary.


Sanskrit Document Center

Library of Hindu texts in Sanskrit (in Devanagari and Roman transliteration), Marathi, Gujarati, and English. Also contains text processing tools, materials for learning Sanskrit, and many other things.


BuddhaSasana

More than 300 online books and articles on Theravada Buddhism in English, and more than 500 in Vietnamese.


Scriptures on HinduNet

Links to English translations of Hindu scriptures including some Upanishads.


Indology Resources at UCL

Variety of academic resources at University College London for studying Buddhism and Hinduism. It has a large collection of Buddhist and Hindu scriptures available from both a web page and an FTP server. We didn't check whether these are two different collections or the same. The FTP server itself is here.


Gita Supersite

This site offers only a single book, but it's one of the greatest ever written -- the Bhagavad Gita. The site is a bibliophile's dream come true; you can look at numerous translations and commentaries in several languages simultaneously. Someday, we hope all books will be published this way. The site belongs to the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.


U.G. Krishnamurti

Complete text of numerous books and articles by U.G. Krishnamurti. (This is the "anti-guru" Krishnamurti, not the famous one.)


 SOFTWARE 


BrainWave Generator

This program generates sounds that help put you in meditative states. To be more precise, it uses binaural-beat technology to entrain brain frequencies. Download this program for free, and if you like it, pay for it later. From the website of the publisher, Noromaa Solutions.


 GENERAL



BeliefNet.com

Huge site with articles by excellent professional writers about a wide variety of religions. It's the Time Magazine of religion, staffed by pros and funded by venture capitalists. There's nothing else like it on the Net (or in print).


ConsciousnessNet

Extensive links to sites in variety of categories including personal growth, health and healing, meditation, yoga, the new age, spiritual teachings, communities, and environmental awareness.


YREC (Yoga Research and Education Center)
This is probably the best place on the web to get an overview of yoga and look for reference materials about it. More than 60 articles explain its history, varieties, basic ideas, etc. The site is written primarily for general readers by people who have both practical experience and academic expertise. It also includes an excellent glossary and a selective list of links. YREC was founded in 1996 by Georg Feuerstein, a well-known author of more than 30 books.


Froggy Jacques's Pages

An eclectic assortment of articles, book reviews, texts, links by Jacques De Schryver, a Flemish writer.


Kurt Keutzer's Personal Pages

Links and articles on yoga, kundani, Buddhism, and related subjects.


Nonduality Salon

A sort of combined clearinghouse and coffeehouse for practioners of Advaita Vedanta (Jnana Yoga) and other people who are drawn to a nondual perspective. Numerous links of various kinds. Two especially interesting features are a list of 200 "confessors" and an excellent (extraordinary, really) mailing list whose participants include several of the confessors. It's our impression that this list has more realized participants than any other list or electronic forum we've found. The list is very friendly and beginners feel welcome.


Buddhist Studies and the Arts

Excellent list of annotated links to Buddhist websites. The name is misleading; the scope goes far beyond the arts. This site is maintained by a faculty member at Washington University in St. Louis.


Gurdjieff Forum

A moderated mail list devoted to the ideas of G.I. Gurdjieff, P.D. Ouspensky and their descendants. Message archives go back to 1996.


Advaita-Vedanta.org

If you become curious about the philosophical and historical aspects of Advaita, head for this site. It gives a splendid overview of the chief tenets, authors, and texts of Advaita Vedanta, remaining accessible to a general reader while maintaining a scholarly standard of accuracy and selection. There are also some interesting links and a guide to Sanskrit transliteration.


Hindu Tantrik Homepage

An extraordinarily good (and beautiful) site by Mike Magee and Jan Bailey with translations, commentaries, summaries, articles, glossary, and bibliography. Scholarly yet devotional and accessible.


Sadhu! The Theravada Buddhism Web Directory

An excellent list of approximately 400 annotated links. The blurbs are unusually informative, and the selections betray an interesting individual sensibility.


Bhagavad Gita As It Is

Study guide for the Gita. An online translation will apparently soon be included.


Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library

Links to over three hundred Buddhist websites. Unlike most of the directories linked here, this one is extremely well edited and categorized. It's affiliated with the Australian National University and maintained by two professors.


FAQ From talk.religion.buddhism Newsgroup
Links and pointers to Buddhist websites, newsgroups, books, etc. It's well-categorized and many items have blurbs.


Robert Wisehart’s Yoga Vidya Directory

Links to Yoga sites including some with English translations of classical Sanskrit texts.


Dharma WebRing

List of more than three hundred websites on Buddhism.


Hindu WebRing

List of more than sixty websites on Hinduism.


Yoga WebRing

List of more than a dozen websites on Yoga.


Theravada Buddhism WebRing

List of more than forty websites on Theravada Buddhism.


DharmaNet International WebRing

List of more than 170 websites on Buddhism.


Internet Indian History Sourcebook

Nice list of links to documents and sites concerning Indian history and culture, categorized by period and topic; operated by Fordham University.


Buddhist Resource File

Links to more than 475 Buddhist websites.


84,000 Electronic Dharma Doors

Links to Buddhist websites.


Osho

Large website run by Osho International Foundation with numerous publications and other information. Osho, also known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, was a twentieth-century Indian yogi who spent part of his life in the United States.


The Headless Way

Website of the Shollond Trust, a British charitable organization dedicated to publicizing the methods of Douglas E. Harding.


Swami Beyondananda

Funny stuff from the comedian and guru, Steve Bhaerman. "Drive your kharma, curb your dogma."


www.Sadguru.com

Website devoted to Shri Sadguru Siddharameshwar Maharaj and Shri Ranjit Maharaj. Transcripts of talks and other information.


Please send suggested additions to editor@realization.org.


This page was published on December 5, 1999 and last revised on May 9, 2000.


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