The teaching, as it happens through Wayne, is pure Advaita (non-duality), uniquely presented in a uncompromising, sometimes humorous way, without religious dogma or new age veneer.
In his Talks, Wayne is without agenda, speaking only in response to seeker’s questions. He talks about Consciousness: the ground of all being, the source and the substance of everything.
“This Advaita, as I talk about it, is not actually a philosophy, because it does not hold any tenets. It is simply a collection of pointers and concepts, and it posits that none of them are true in an absolute sense. This teaching is not about conveying the truth. It is about prying away the limitations and misconceptions about how things are.”
Wayne appears as a guest on Ryan’s podcast. You can listen to the interview here
October 11-13, 2013
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Advaita is a Sanskrit term that means “not two” or “non-dual.” The term points to the deep truth that reality is an unbroken whole appearing as a multitude of forms. The separation we see and feel is a false assumption based on the way our brains interpret the world. Advaita Vedanta is a pillar of Hindu philosophy. It is Jnana Yoga, the path of knowledge or wisdom. The path of Jnana Yoga uses the mind to inquire into the true nature of who and what we really are, in a sense using the mind to go beyond the mind. Advaita Vedanta is traditionally transmitted from guru to disciple. The format is an open dialogue between teacher and student. The sincere seeker of truth is invited to bring any and all questions to the teacher.
For more about Wayne Liquorman and Advaita go to www.advaita.org