The Bhakti Math Guru

Adam is a mystic meditator who has studied enlightenment formally for 13 years with a focus on bhakti yoga, the path of love. He has also employed and studied the paths of Buddhism, Taoism, Shamanism, Tibetan Tantra, and Zen, as well as the other principle paths in yoga, Raja yoga, Karma yoga, and Jnana yoga. Adam has worked closely and one-on-one with a fully enlightened teacher during this time and has also been teaching meditation and mysticism formally and informally for more than 8 years. Adam is a part of a lineage of his paramguru (teach of his teacher), Dr. Fredrick Lenz, also known as Rama, a contemporary of Osho and Adi Da, two other enlightened American spiritual teachers from the later part of the twentieth century.

Adam is also a life-long mathematician who’s contemplated mathematics his whole life, as well as its implications in philosophy, physics, computer science and engineering. He is also a computer programmer whose first job was an internship at Microsoft in high school in 1998, at the age of 16. He is also a mathematical artist who uses mathematics and code to experience and share mathematical elegance. He has developed his comprehension of mathematics and ability to teach mathematics as a tutor of 17 years, where he has taught students privately for many thousands of hours. He has also founded and operated a tutoring agency that employed over 250 tutors over its five years in of operation between 2007 and 2012, after which Adam turned his attention to focus on spirituality and renew his vision and goal in mathematics and education to be more aligned with truth. Adam has been developing his unique comprehension in mathematic and ability to convey his insights to students of all ages to a profound degree during this time. He has a degree in Physics from the University of Washington where he continued his childhood journey of exploring the universe and spirituality through math and physics.

“Learn to see mathematical truth for yourself as a self-evident expression of the universe. Let equations be known not as memorized superficial understanding but rather as descriptions of your own perception of mathematical truth. From counting to calculus, math can be done this way. And the benefits are profound. This is the future of mathematics education.” Adam Wes