A post from the Non-Doodle Facebook group:
Vedanta is all about full self-knowledge, full acceptance. Full self-knowledge means I’ve firmly owned my real identity (satya) as free awareness and have also accepted my apparent identity as the limited person (jiva), regardless of its agitations. When self-knowledge is steadily wedged in the intellect, the imperfections of the limited identity does not really affect me, because I know my freedom from it. In other words, I understand that though there’s a limited identity to attend to, in actual fact my true identity is that which is always constant, always perfect and always free from limitation.
For years I have happily and diligently responded to communications on the topic of Self realization. Since the publication of my book, “How to Attain Enlightenment”— currently in its third printing —and the success of this website, the volume of emails has increased considerably. Unfortunately, owing to a busy schedule of teaching and writing, I am no longer able to answer all the emails I receive in a timely fashion. However, my wife, who is also a teacher, and several well-qualified teachers we have endorsed are available to answer emails on my behalf. I encourage you to send them your questions.
— James Swartz