Han is a Dutch psychologist, writer and translator. He is the chief editor of InZicht
(Insight), the only Dutch-language magazine on non-duality. He has written several books, including a biography of Ramana Maharshi, an anthology of Wei Wu Wei and a collection of fifteen interviews with non-duality teachers from the U.S.A, the U.K. and the Netherlands. Han works as a clinical psychologist in a centre for deafblind people.
This book is not about me, not about my travels, memories or spiritual experiences. Together these only make a two-dimensional picture that might contain a three-dimensional truth if you’re able to look at it with an open mind and a loving heart. The picture itself doesn’t really matter. The important thing is the switch from flat to deep. Unknowingly, you make this switch many times a day, during those moments in which you suddenly forget yourself. But when you’re really aware of it, the true depth of life will be recognised as the unchanging Now, and you will know that this is the only truth.
Han weaves an insightful and sometimes poignant exploration of consciousness, childhood and nature - the depths and the shallows of experience and "the transparent world of unequivocal simplicity that I seemed to have lost somewhere in my youth. What seemed divisible became indivisible again, and at the same time I knew that it had never been lost."