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Recovering from Neo-Advaita,





What differentiates Neo-Nonduality from Actual Nonduality

Neo-Advaita Teachers base their teachings on one of two
(and sometimes both) First and foremost is the teachings:
1) There is nothing to do since you are already enlightened 
2) Just practice Self-Inquiry (a specific form of mediation) and that is all you need

There are some other ideas which Neo-Advaita teaches:
~The world is an illusion/does not exist
~You are an illusion/do not exist
~All you need to do is practice Self-Inquiry or just see that you are already Enlighted- NOTHING else
Life has no purpose

Your behavior doesn't matter

 Reincarnation and Karma do not exist

You do not need a Guru
There is no need for Devotion (Bhakti) since you are God
There is no God
There is no need for a healthy/balanced life of service (Karma Yoga)- since your behavior/life/choices don't matter.

Actual Advaita Vedanta on the other hand teaches

EXACT opposite of each of the above.

ONE HUNDRED percent opposite.

Hence it is not possible to follow:
Advaita Vedanta
Adi Shankara
Ramana Maharshi
The Bhagavat Gita
The Upanishads


Neo-Advaita teachings.

They are mutually exclusive.

This website and organization is dedicated to helping people find out for themselves:

that Neo-Advaita "teachings" are directly in opposition to the wisdom of the ages as taught by the sages of Advaita Vedanta.

And how to recover from the,


A warm welcome

An Invitation to be gentle

The whole phenomena of Neo-Advaita is
with many

nuances and subtleties,

yet it's impact can be


Neo-Advaita "teachers" often engages in "teaching" tactics that are:


and can border on brain-washing.


loss of faith,


feeling alone,

feeling completely lost

and broken beyond repair

are a few common “symptoms”

of being deeply impacted by Neo-Advaita.

Neo-Advaita impacts different people differently.

For some it is something that once they see the lunacy of it,

they are able to leave it behind and get on with their lives.

For some it is a process of letting go that can take 

time and effort.

And, for some,

it can be an intense process 

that can take a lot of time and effort.

Wherever on that spectrum you find yourself:
Welcome to the journey back to your FULL self.

Welcome to the home of your tender heart.
Welcome to a community of tender hearts.



I have created a free online course to help people recover from Neo-Advaita:
Neo-Advaita 101


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