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innerhike wrote:There are two different schools you seem to be referring to.
One we can name the nonduality school to which Gangaji, ET, Ramana Maharshi, Krishnamurti, Adya, etc. belong. "The path of no path", etc. Course in Miracles, Zen, Dzogchen Buddhism could also fall into this category.
The other school has people like Wayne Dyer, the people behind the movies "The Secret" and "What the Bleep...", and Abraham-Hicks.
First school appears to say that nothing matters, all is nothing, you have to come to place of emptiness.
Second school says you cannot stop thinking, there is no such as no-mind, therefore you need to channel your "intentions" towards creating a more pleasant reality.
I believe there is a middle path in this.
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