An overview response would be as follows:
Non-dualism (the co-extension of observer and observed) is alive and well under various "systems" labels ...second generation cognitive science...second order cybernetics etc. Such philosophical and psychological developments have filled the vacuum left by the demise of S-R approaches to AI, and to the rejection of language as "representational of an independent reality". The implications for "epistemology" tend to be iconoclastic, and underscore the inextricability of epistemological and ontological questions. "Creation" in the biblical sense has no place in such "systems paradigms" since the work of Prigogine et al
has empirically demonstrated the artificial spontaneous production of pseudo-"living" structures in dynamic chemical systems far from equilibrium. And as for concepts of "traditional logic" and its binary values of "truth" and "falsity", these have been largely transcended, by both those developments in cognitive science described above, and by the probabalistic nature of quantum mechanics in physics at both the macro- and micro-level.
Based on this overview, I would suggest you avoid setting up traditional "straw men" for demolition merely in order to advance forms of esotericism. That demolition is already mainstream (non-esoteric). Nor, as you know
, can you cite particular systems of psychotherapy as evidence for such forms, since all
semantic fields shared between patient and therapist (even those of parish priests) can be demonstrably "successful", perhaps as a simple result of overt "caring" whatever form that may take.