Non-Dualism is a contemporary movement, though we may trace its roots back to the Indian philosopher Shankara and his Advaita Vedanta. Non-Dualism speaks neither Eastern or esoteric language but addresses us in terms of daily life. More a psychology than a philosophy, Non-Dualism finds 'salvation' in a simple shift of awareness to the space that contains all conflict, the silence that enfolds every battle. This space is consciousness itself, inherently peaceful and always already here. A world teacher who traveled and spoke from the 1940's until his death in 1972, Jiddhu Krishnamurti was a fountainhead of modern Non-Dualism.