Physicists are looking for what is called a TOE, an acronym for Theory of Everything or Theory of Everything.
On the basis of Albert Einstein's assumption that "All is nothing and matter is condensed emptiness", Quantum Psychology is linked to the discoveries of modern Quantum Physics on the model of reality as energy and to those of the Famous Chaos Theory elaborated in last century.
It is born from the enlightened thought of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, an Indian spiritual master, who died in 1981, then developed and brought into vogue by one of his faithful student still alive, Stephen H. Walinsky, considered in all respects by the scientific psychological community as the father of this discipline.
Quantum Psychology bases its pillars on the assumption that "All you believe you are not are" because it is your mind that built that definition of you, just as it built the concept of time and space.
Time is in the mind, space is in the mind. The law of cause and effect is also a way of thinking. In reality all is here and now and all is one. Multiplicity and diversity are in the mind only.
― Nisargadatta Maharaj – I Am That – 1973
Time is in the mind, space is in the mind. Even the law of cause and effect is a way of thinking. In reality everything is one, here and now. Multiplicity and diversity are only in the mind.
To understand who you really are it is first necessary to "understand who you are not" through a process of dismantling the False Self called Advaita Vedanta.
In this original and futuristic approach the human personality is considered as an attempt to resist, structure and organize the Chaos and the Nothing perceived inside and outside of themselves and its true evolution as a progressive awareness that the Implicit Order of the The Universe to date appears to be structured in a chaotic unitary system where the Whole is in the Nothing.
Moreover, in Hesiod's Cosmogony Chaos emerges from the Darkness at the beginning of everything.
The Nothing is the true substance of the All and the Whole is connected by the Nothing.
It follows that the human being being made of the same substance as the universe is Chaos, Nothing and All at the same time, a living oxymoron.
“Wisdom is knowing I am nothing,
Love is knowing I am everything,
and between the two my life moves.”
― Nisargadatta Maharaj