The End Of Separation




Gautam Sachdeva

Yogi Impressions

Language of origin

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Pages 200
Size 5.5” X 8.5”


Our daily living depends a lot on our relationship with others. When our relationships are equanimous, we are truly happy and at peace.

When electricity operates through the electric juicer or toaster, it enables each gadget to perform what it is programmed to do. Likewise, if we understand that each one of us is simply an ‘instrument’ through whom Consciousness functions we will have peace of mind.

With this understanding, we then realise the true meaning of ‘universal brotherhood’. When this inherent interconnectedness is seen clearly, we are freed from all shackles that bind us to relationships where we consider ourselves as ‘separate’ from others. Everything then merges into one cohesive, harmonious Whole.

The End of Separation by Gautam Sachdeva is comprised of essays, and some questions and answers that touch upon different aspects of relationships with others, with ourselves, with events that occur in our lives and, finally, our relationship with ’what is’… pointing us back to who we truly are, and not what we appear to be.

Gautam Sachdeva

Gautam Sachdeva is the author of books on the subject of Advaita (Non-duality). He spent over nine years in close association with renowned Advaita sage Ramesh Balsekar, assisting him with the editing and publishing of some of his books. Ramesh’s guru was Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, whose famed book I Am That is considered a modern spiritual classic. With the blessings of Ramesh, Gautam went on to write books based on his experience with the teaching. He also shares his experiential understanding of Advaita during talks with groups of like-minded people, with the specific focus of ‘peace of mind in daily living’. His books, as well as his talks, display a rare combination of humility and simplicity occasionally peppered with wit and humour. Gautam is the Founder of Yogi Impressions, a publishing house that is on the forefront of bringing out books on spirituality and personal growth to its readers. He lives in South Mumbai.
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