Without You There

Without You There

The Zen of Unity

Seeing the obviousness of enlightenment.


Without You There takes a look at the Zen of Unity and presents the author's unique perspective. By avoiding conceptual traps and, therefore, lessening the time it takes to live in full realization, Paramananda offers the reader a way to resonate with their own authority.


Paramananda takes on the challenge of articulating the nondual, which is often conveyed in an overly holy, very serious, and impersonal way, and fills it with humor, humanness, and user-friendly accessibility, with bright gems of wisdom strewn throughout. A beautiful book. ~ Mariana Caplan, PhD, psychotherapist and author of Eyes Wide Open: Cultivating Discernment on the Spiritual Path and Halfway Up the Mountain

This book makes it easy to see straight into the heart of truth. Often the spiritual path can seem unclear and cluttered. Paramananda is not only entertaining but direct, removing each obstacle until what remains is a simple path to Unity. ~ Dr. Susan Shumsky, author of Divine Revelation

The author’s unique blend of conversational language, frequent comic relief, and lack of grand declarations makes it easy for the ego’s defensive wall to drop, allowing for any reader to recognize who they truly are. ~ Noah Elkrief, author of A Guide to The Present Moment

Finally a book on enlightenment written from an enlightened viewpoint. It says we are already where we want to be and what we want to be, we simply have our eyes shut. In Without You There Paramananda expresses the absolute truth in simple words, speaking it directly out of his aliveness and joy of realization. With insight and intuition, he acts as a channel transferring universal information. He describes the indescribable, showing us how all there is, is obviously all there is. This manifests as unity, silence, and vibration, which is also what we are, and cannot be otherwise because we are an active part of it. This book answers specific questions any spiritual seeker asks along their path to freedom and paves the way for a path of joy we can happily walk upon. Thank you, Paramanada Ishaya, for your wonderful book. ~ Andrea Scarsi Msc.D., author of The Secret of Metaphysical Science and Secrets of Meditation

Paramananda Ishaya
Paramananda Ishaya Paramananda was born in Calgary Alberta in 1975 and currently lives in Vancouver British Columbia where he works as an electrician. He firs...
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