I’ve been wrong for a long time. I even don’t know for how many lives I’ve been wrong!
I wanted to save the world. I wanted to save my child. I wanted to save my hide. I wanted to save the poor ones, I wanted to save the planet…
Despite all my efforts, the world has not been saved. I have realized that I am the one in need of being saved. Continue reading
This article consists of an e-mail interview with Prof. Stanley Sobottka, Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia, conducted by Ivan Frimmel. Prof. Sobottka created a web-course covering the relation between consciousness and quantum theory. In addition to these topics, his course covers issues in advaita, Western philosophy of mind, and the practice of nondual inquiry. The course is available at http://faculty.virginia.edu/consciousness/home.html.
Stanley: In answering your personal questions, Ivan, I must make it clear that I identify with Awareness much more than with the body-mind, so your questions and my answers apply mostly to the latter, not to me. That in a nutshell is also the answer to your question about how Advaita has influenced my life.