Cut Paper Art by Dan Scharlack

Three evocative cut paper works by Dan Scharlack, an artist, MFT intern, and student of nondual teachings. (Click an image to enlarge)

About Dan Scharlack

Dan Scharlack is a psychotherapist and artist who lives and practices in San Francisco. He works with individual, couples, and groups. For the past 10 years he has seen clients in both public and private settings in New York, Boston, and the Bay Area. Dan has studied and taught with John Prendergast, who has invited him to lead classes for clinicians and others interested in the connection between Nondual Wisdom and psychotherapy. His passion is helping people from diverse backgrounds connect with their True Nature, and express this fully in everyday life. For more information please visit dan.scharlack.com.

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3 Responses to Cut Paper Art by Dan Scharlack

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  2. Tami says:

    Love this triptych…the burning and the release…ahhh.

    • Meryem says:

      Dear Jeff & James,I have a question for you both.I am somoene who is deeply interested in both psychology and non-duality, for more than a decade now. I have psychologist coming to stay with me a week, who subscribes to Eastern philosophies’ / non-duality. Now, whilst not an expert, if I read correctly, this discussion could also be about if we are already whole , and that psychological problems’ we experience come from false’ concepts/conditioning, then there is only a realisation that these problems’ are illusions for us to be healed’, VERSUS, the above is all very well, but that realisation can’t simply come from meditation / non-dual awareness, and that there is proper psychological work’ to be done.So, for example, if I suffer from an issue such as fear of holding together a decent relationship’, which comes from my teenage years when my first couple of dates rejected’ me, all I need to do is unlearn that fear/inconfidence which I have absorbed into my character, and all will be ok. If I can dissolve this harmful concept, and understand that there is no fixed, concrete’ me who might have this fear, then everything will be ok. I would be interested to understand what you both feel would be the most productive approach to negate there being a self’ who suffers these issues, or tackle the issues’ head on from the standpoint of the suffering self that claims to have the issues.Many thanks,Jasper

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