The greatest exponent of the Negative Way in modern times wrote under the name Wei Wu Wei.
It seems to be similar to the description Peter Brown gives as to what he calls "the left-hand path".He says the left-hand path is not exclusive, or does not attempt to remove that which is seemingly separate from absolute truth, but is inclusive, and allows the freedom of all that appears as being the same absolute truth; like how could there be any other?
What I should have written instead of 'seemingly separate from absolute truth' was maybe 'illusory appearances in absolute truth', or something like that. Often words bungle through an occassional fogginess in my experience. I have a habit of consuming a 'heavy appetite' at times that makes for apparent extremes of both lucidity and fogginess.
I'm not very familiar with Peter Brown's work but it sounds like they're both pointing to "the non-duality(or non-objectivity) of this-here-now." Indeed, how could there be any "other"? Does PB also describe a "right-hand path"?
Your second comment came thru while I was responding to your first, so I hadn't seen it yet.Wei Wu Wei does devote a lot of attention to demonstrating that "appearances" are just that, and that "separateness" is a seeming.Bye for now, apparent litter boxes await!
If you are maybe interested in checking him out, here is a link to Peter Brown; http://theopendoorway.org/audiovisual.htmlI especially like the unedited satsangs at the bottom of the page.meow!
Thanks for the tip. We hope those satsangs aren't too ruff!