Richard Sylvester is a humanistic psychologist, therapist, and lecturer. For thirty years he engaged with a variety of spiritual practices while training in psychotherapeutic techniques and teaching counseling. Sylvester has written three previous books on non-duality: I Hope You Die Soon, The Book of No One, and Drink Tea, Eat Cake. He holds meetings about non-duality in London, England, and elsewhere. To learn more, please visit www.richardsylvester.com.
Books by Richard Sylvester
I Hope You Die Soon
This is an uncompromising and provocative book about non-duality. In liberation it is seen that all phenomena simply arise in awareness with no person mediating them. Purpose, religion and paths of... Read More
Drink Tea, Eat Cake
Just before the publication of his second book in German, Richard was invited on a promotional tour of Germany. The resultant book - part travelogue, part book of non-dual dialogues - is an... Read More
The Book of No One
In this poignant book, humanist psychologist Richard Sylvester provides readers with unique insights regarding life’s most difficult question: Who are we? The human mind is compelled to search for... Read More