The Advaita or Non-Dualist tradition of Yoga emerges from the principle that God is One and not divided. All separation is simply appearance and, if you investigate deeply, you will find only divine unity.
|Adyashanti (1962 - )|
| ||Akha (1600? - 1650?)|
|Ivan M. Granger (1969 - )|
|Jnanadev (1275 - 1296)|
|Jiddu Krishnamurti (1895 - 1986)|
|Ramana Maharshi (1879 - 1950)|
|Chris McCombs (1947 - )|
|Meher Baba (1894 - 1969)|
|Nirmala (1950? - )|
| ||Colin Oliver (1946 - )|
| ||Arthur Osborne (1909 - 1970)|
|Ram Tzu (Wayne Liquorman) (1950 - )|
|Shankara (788 - 820)|
|Janaka Stagnaro (1960 - )|
|Thayumanavar (1706 - 1744)|
|Vivekananda (1863 - 1902)|
A good on-line magazine with articles and interviews, particularly focusing on advaita teachers and perspectives.
Articles, forums, email lists, lists of teachers. If you're interested in exploring nondualist philosophy on the web, this is the best place to go. (You may find that there is no other place to go.)
|Advaita.org.uk - The Spiritual Path of Advaita
A very good site with lists of teachers, advaita scriptures and recommended books, some good articles, and lots of links.
|Works of Sankaracharya, Advaita Vedanta and Hindu Sacred Scriptures
Biography and works of Shankara online. Other excellent resources on the Upanishads, other Vedanta texts, and links to other sites.