For centuries, philosophers and theologians have pondered questions such as Who are we? and What is the self? Awakening to the Dream is a book about you and your true identity.
Awakening to the Dream is a very clear, approachable overview of the enigmatic philosophy of Advaita Vedanta, also known as non duality. Essentially, this is a book about you. It points to and from the source of your true identity. The clear seeing that it refers to is neither complex nor simple. It is not something exclusive for intellectual or spiritual elite, nor is it remote or hiding in the future. It is all inclusive, pure presence, closer than your breath. It is the heart of hearts, your birthright and innermost self. This is your invitation to remember what was never really forgotten.
“The book Awakening to the Dream is written with a clarity of perception that is rare to find in the multitude of published outpourings that these days purport to express wisdom.”
—Tony Parsons, author of The Open Secret, All There Is, and Nothing Being Everything
“Amongst spiritual books, it's a rare on in ten million that goes all the way. This one does. Leo goes straight to the heart of the matter. I recommend it highly.”
—Joan Tollifson, author of Bare Bones Meditation and Awake in the Heartland
“Leo's personal account of awakening to what is has the sweet smell of Truth...enjoy.”
—Isaac Shapiro, author of Outbreak of Peace and It Happens by Itself
“In this modern exposition of Advaita, Leo displays his unique talent for brining clarity and humor to a subject often shrouded in confusion.”
—Nathan Gill, author of Already Awake and Being: The Bottom Line
“Great joy in the resonance and recognition. Beautiful!!!”
—“Sailor” Bob Adamson, author of What's Wrong with Right Now?
“Leo is one of those authors who speaks from clarity about enlightenment, and who knows it is not about fuflilling our spiritual expectations, but rather about being free of them.”
—Jan Kersschot, author of Nobody Home and The Myth of Self-Enquiry
“I thoroughly enjoyed your book. This one could become a classic!”
—Jerry Katz, author of ONE: Essential Writings on Nonduality