This paper claims that the ultimate issue confronting transpersonal theory is that of nondualism.
The revelation of this spiritual reality has a long history in the spiritual traditions, which
has been perhaps most prolifically advocated by Ken Wilber (1995, 2000a), and fully explicated
by David Loy (1998). Nonetheless, these scholarly accounts of nondual reality, and the spiritual
traditions upon which they are based, either do not include or else misrepresent the revelation
of a contemporary spiritual master crucial to the understanding of nondualism. Avatar
Adi Da not only offers a greater differentiation of nondual reality than can be found in contemporary
scholarly texts, but also a dimension of nondualism not found in any previous spiritual
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