The State of ‘Mind-only’ is entered when the Absolute and Relative Minds are separated and this separation awakens the higher perspective of the Witness of the Absolute Mind. The Absolute Mind can then witness the Relative Mind process that is full of Thoughts provoked by Feelings and Emotions. It is from this point of view that the State of ‘Mind-only’ is entered and we witness our ‘ego process as such,’ and from this perspective we are no longer manipulated by our ego-self.
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Oscar Ichazo makes a comparison of the corresponding similarities between the two historical and classic teachings of Plato and Nagarjuna. He shows how the Greek Tradition and Buddhism are intertwined, using doctrinal similarities and numerous examples of the encounters between the Greek and Indian cultures to reveal how the theory of ‘Mind-only’ was first proposed in Greek Platonism.
Oscar Ichazo's book, A Commentary on Crazy Wisdom, is part of the Integral Philosophy Tradition and discloses this aspect of the tradition he originated. The Teaching delineates the Crazy Wisdom contemplative practice and gives historical examples of the nature of Mind to which he refers. Here Oscar provides the direct Teachings about the total maturity and stability of the 'Mind of Crazy Wisdom in itself,' which takes no effect from relative reality, whether internal or external in nature.
The Teachings taught by Oscar Ichazo since he founded the Arica School in 1968 in Chile, where he introduced the Teachings of Integral Philosophy, which include his 'Theory of Protoanalysis,' the introduction of the 'Theory of the Enneagram,' and the 'doctrine of the Fixations.'
Oscar Ichazo’s book, The Enneagrams of the Divine Forms—Perfect, Eternal, Unchanging Truths, begins with the scientific foundation upon which the entire Integral Philosophical Teachings are based. This leads into the connection to The Scarab and its Eighteen Spheres of Perception and Reality.
Oscar makes a comprehensible presentation about the misinterpretations of tantra in this beautifully illustrated book, A Commentary on Tantra. He explains what tantra actually is, the historical background of the different methods of tantrism, and a comparison to the science–based and modern Teachings of tantra through the "Divine Nature" practice of his Integral Philosophy. Available in English at Kindle and Apple Books.
The book elaborates an extensive amount of material from Oscar about the Teachings, the School, the history of philosophy, and the different aspects of philosophical science. The richness of Oscar’s answers and perspective about many topics gives the reader an enormous advantage in realizing more fully the far-reaching impact our School can have in the world we are facing today across the Integral Philosophical System, Method and Practice.