Lee Lozowick (1943 – 2010)
"“Mr. Lee,” as his students called him, was featured in one of the early issues of EnlightenNext magazine and taught side by side with EnlightenNext founder Andrew Cohen several times in the 1990s." 
"A former Silva Mind Control teacher who spontaneously awakened and began teaching in New Jersey, he now considers himself a "Western Baul," related to the itinerant tantric Baul musicians from Bengal, India. He is also a devotee of the late South Indian beggar-saint Yogi Ramsuratkumar. His ashram's diet is strictly vegetarian, yet on special occasions, like the All Fools' Celebration this weekend, barbecued meat and other indulgences are available at almost every meal. Generally self-effacing and of a gentle demeanor, Mr. Lee is capable of sudden and outrageous bursts of fiery passion and cutting clarity. This self-described "Divine Fool" discourages his students from smoking, drinking alcohol, using drugs, and having sex outside of a committed relationship. A fan of controversial teachers like the late Trungpa Rinpoche, his own mores and lifestyle, while more moderate in many respects, are unconventional by any standard and well earn him his crazy-wise mantle..." 
Resources and articles
- ↑ EnlightenNext In Memory of Lee Lozowick (1943 – 2010), organizational web page, accessed February 23, 2013.
- ↑ EnlightenNext Enlightenment's Divine Jester Mr. Lee Lozowick, organizational web page, accessed February 23, 2013.