Is there a distinction between the experience of consciousness and the consciousness of experience? Is there a line that separates the two or are they the very Oneness that is sought after by so many?
In Seeking the End of Seeking, Roy Melvyn examines this and other issues such as:
1. When did I become “me”?
2. How do you locate that which can't be described?
3. How do you know when you are dreaming?
4. By what light is darkness discerned?
Taken from personal journal entries and talks with other curious seekers, the author traverses this landscape with boldness and insight. Students of zen, advaita and dzogchen will want to add this important work to their library.