2005. United States of America. vo English. 200’
A commentary on the timeless teachings of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, one of the greatest Hindu sages of India. Dr Stephen Wolinsky takes us on a three-hour excursion through the roots of Advaita Vedanta philosophy, neuro-science, and the nature of the "I". Continuing where I Am That I Am (Part One) leaves off, this second film explores the revolutionary discoveries of science which validate and support the wisdom of the Buddha's Heart Sutra, the underlying science of yoga, the foundational discoveries of quantum physics and current research in neuroscience.