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This interview is featured in the 3DVD set “Science and Nonduality Anthology Vol.2”.
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Stephen H. Wolinsky, Ph.D., (Narayan) is a direct disciple of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and lived in India and Asia for more than six and a half years. He has taught Self-Enquiry and Kashmir Shaivism (Tantra) from 1982 to the present.
As a trajectory Quantum Psychology was founded in 1985 with Advaita-Vedanta and Buddhism’s Heart Sutra and Diamond Sutra as its context. Quantum Psychology integrated Western Psychology, Advaita-Vedanta’s Non-duality, Quantum Physics, Neuro-Science, Kashmir Shaivism, Self Enquiry and Buddhism. The purpose of Quantum Psychology was to act as a trajectory enabling the realization of the One Mind, or Consciousness (Quantum Consciousness), or Buddha Mind, (Emptiness)*. Quantum Psychology attempted to update many of the ancient cultural metaphors and pointers bringing them into present time language thus making “their understanding” more accessible.
the rest comes on its own.”
– Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj In 1999 Quantum Psychology stopped being taught as a trajectory. Instead the focus was entirely on his mentor and Guru Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. Still Advaita-Vedanta and Buddhism’s Heart Sutra and Diamond Sutra along with Zen remained as the context while continuing since the mid-1980’s to incorporate the language of 20th and 21st Century scientific and philosophical metaphors. This enabledAdvaita Vedanta and Buddhism to point directly to The Teaching Mastery of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. What was discovered was that utilizing present time western cultural pointers enabled “the teachings” to touch “enquirers” more deeply “where they were”.
In 2002 Post-Deconstruction was formally founded once again utilizing scientific models as pointers which both demonstrated and “proved” Advaita-Vedanta, Post Modernism, and Buddhism’s Heart Sutra and Diamond Sutra.
to objectively show you
that it is all an illusion.”
– Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
* Zen Koan: “What Buddha is beyond Buddha”?
Answer: Not Buddha
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