Within this diminutive succinct book philosopher J.T. Stillwell—3 carefully blends the philosophy of Alan Watts, with various Eastern philosophies, along with a dash of stoic wisdom to produce what he calls “Mystical Nihilism”.
In this text Stillwell exposes the illusions of ego, ideology, and the hidden dualistic fictions embedded within language, revealing the true nature of “self”.
He offers a rejuvenating “spiritual” perspective that can liberate the reader from the specter of fear by accepting the unacceptable and discovering the serenity that surpasses all understanding.
This text is a sign post which points beyond words and concepts generated by the thinking-mind toward the ultimate Oneness of all that is. Book of The Nil is divided into 7 chapters, and 108 verses.. One for each bead on your mala.
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This little book of wisdom was carefully crafted to communicate vast amounts of timeless wisdom in few words. it is not a verbose text or complex philosophical treatise. It was written in a very clear and down to earth way in order to reach a broad audIence.
“This is a living book, and I truly believe it has the potential to transform your life. All you have to do is let it in. But in the end, it has nothing to give you that you do not already possess….
The teachings in this book have rescued me from a futile abyss of “soul”- annihilating animosity and ignorance that was eating me like a cancer. I feel as though I have been given a second chance, a new heart with new eyes. I see a new sun rising in the east, and its beauty is ineffable and rejuvenating.”— J.T. Stillwell—3 — Book Of The Nil