It's not what you know that holds the key to a radical transformation. The 'answer' isn't found in the accumulation of all that you've come to know and believe, but in what you presently aren't aware of. All your spiritual ideas and beliefs about what is real and true haven't brought about the peace and contentment you've been seeking, has it? What might happen if we approach concepts we may have been exposed to before in a very different manner? A manner without expectation, opinion, conclusion, agreement or disagreement - and without any reference to the mind to tell us what's real and true? "The Essential Pointers From The Lazy Man's Way To Enlightenment" is a collection of the most direct pointers from David Bhodan's first book, "The Lazy Man's Way To Enlightenment: What You're Looking For Is What Is Looking." It's an invitation to suspend everything you know and to step into the unknown with deep wonder and curiosity, with the sole intent of Seeing Who You Really Are.