From Here To Here,
Turning Toward Enlightenment

by Gary Crowley

Pass The Jelly,
Tales of Ordinary Enlightenment

by Gary Crowley

“The last book on enlightenment you will ever have to read”

Get this book. Take a couple of hours of relaxed, undisturbed time and read it slowly. Read with an open mind and open heart. Don’t go to the next paragraph until you “get” the one you are reading. Take your time and take short, little rest breaks for your eyes and mind if you need them, but don’t get up and do something else. Stay totally with the process of the book. Read the whole thing at one sitting. Enlightenment will happen.

Tom Thompson

“There is something more to this life”

Breezy and usable, this is one of the best introductory books in mainstream nonduality. This book is a very accessible remedy to the gnawing intuition that there is something beyond an existence in which we struggle and suffer….This book reads very clearly, with many stories and examples and 8 or so graphics showing optical illusions. Gary makes the difficult understandable.

Jerry Katz
Author, One: Essential Writings on Nonduality

“Mind blowing and concept ending”

I was not expecting this book to be as good as it is. Due to the recent glut of what have come to be known as “neo-advaita” books, along with the fact that it is a fairly short book, I wasn’t expecting much. After all, I’ve read so many books in this genre, that I almost read them now with the attitude of “Well, let’s see if you can tell me something that I’ve not heard 100 times before!”. I have to admit that I’ve become pretty jaded.

But this book proved me wrong and in the process certainly did tell me many things I had not considered before! Not so much from the perspective of introducing new concepts, but through the author’s amazing ability to use visual and scientific examples to make his point. He does use “concepts” in this book, but uses them very deftly, using various “ideas” to remove and destroy others. Which may leave you (your mind) in a “groundless” and possibly “uncomfortable” position mentally. But he doesn’t just abandon you in this state. He shows (or more correctly, allows you to discover for yourself) the joy and peace and passion of living each moment with simply “What Is”.

A. Reader
Amazon Reviewer

“A rare combination of humor, perspective and wisdom”

I find in Gary Crowley and his book Pass the Jelly a rare combination of humor, perspective and wisdom—a refreshing take on life and reality. I’m the better for it, and I hope many people partake in this nourishing and tasty feast.

Dan Millman
Author, Way Of The Peaceful Warrior

An important contribution to the spirituality

Gary and his unforgettable characters say a lot about the way things are and about how to live life effectively. You never feel you are being lectured, however. The characters, not the teachings, take the front seat. That makes Pass the Jelly an important contribution to the spirituality genre. Profound spiritual teachings are rarely this easy and this much fun to get, understand, remember, and apply. The one topic Gary never talks about is the one thing this book is all about: love. You feel it on every page, in every paragraph. I loved this book.

Jerry Katz
Author, One: Essential Writings on Nonduality

Shows how everyday encounters can be opportunities for new awareness

Gary Crowley explores the brilliant ordinariness of ‘what is’ with a user-friendly writing style that sparkles with wit and wisdom. By humorously showing how everyday encounters can be opportunities for new awareness, he invites readers to open themselves to the obvious beauty and simplicity of the here-and-now moment. If you’re tired of long-winded, esoteric books that aren’t grounded in the real world, then Pass the Jelly is definitely something that you’ll enjoy. Highly recommended.

Chuck Hillig
Nonduality Author

Pass the Jelly shows us we can frequently find humor on the road to awakening

In a genre loaded with books about the serious business of enlightenment, Gary Crowley’s new book, Pass the Jelly, shows us we can frequently find humor on the road to awakening. I recommend this book to anyone interested in laughing their way to practical enlightenment.

Ike Allen