How the Nondual Paths of Taoism and Vedanta are Related to the Dualistic Paths of Yoga and Samkhya

The differences between the nondual paths of Taoism and Vedanta and the dualistic paths of Yoga and Samkhya are many. But both nondual and dual paths are reconciled in their foundation of experience which is interpreted differently according to each overarching philosophy. In this Ask Jason video, I will answer a question in regards to the fundamental similarities that reconcile the differences, showing that at the core of even dualistic systems such as Yoga and Samkhya, there is a nondual basis that one cannot ignore.

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