• Anadi Teaching

The Practice

Any seeker, before long, can realize that without committed practice, even real experiences of awakening cannot bring us to a stable place in the inner realm. The purpose of meditative practice – which encompasses both sitting meditation and practice in activity – is to assist in a natural way, based on sensitivity and intelligent...

The Teaching

The Teaching of Anadi is a revelation of supreme understanding, a breakthrough vision of human enlightenment based on multidimensional evolution into wholeness and transcendence. Emerging from the intelligence of the now, the teaching transcends concepts of enlightenment that live in traditions of the past. To follow this teaching is a journey...

Retreat with Anadi

A meditation retreat with Anadi aims at the multidimensional awakening of all aspects of our existence. While entering a retreat means complete dedication to intense inner work, in which the core energy of our being and consciousness is channelled into the task of awakening, on a deeper level retreat opens the doorway to the inner...

Anadi

About Anadi

Anadi has devoted his whole life to going beyond suffering, finding true peace, freedom and complete clarity about the nature of the inner path. Among other traditions, he studied Advaita in India and Zen Buddhism in Korea and Japan. Based on his disillusionment with the level of understanding and clarity present in past traditions of enlightenment he, throughout many years of personal struggle, evolution and exploration of the inner realm, created a unique system of teaching, presenting an entirely new vision of human enlightenment based on the multidimensional evolution into the state of wholeness.

He is not a teacher who expounds past knowledge, whether of other traditions or his own, but an open door for the truth to move through him into this dimension.  His constant inquiry into the nature of reality is not a function of mind but of pure intelligence and love. Anadi describes the inner world and each step on the path with unbelievable precision and practicality. Nothing here is abstract or theoretical; everything is just to the point, absolutely concrete and experiential. And yet, the most subtle dimensions of the spiritual plane are revealed; the unspoken is finally spoken…

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October 19, 2014 | Article | Koan Practice – Zen of Wasting Time

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October 12, 2014 | Article | Shikantaza – Being without Soul

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