27 04, 2020

Questions of our Time 2 – To Fear or Not to Fear?

By |2020-04-27T16:17:40+01:00April 27th, 2020|Essays|0 Comments

‘I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past, I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will [...]

5 04, 2020

Questions of our Time 1 – To Have or To Be?

By |2020-04-05T10:25:32+01:00April 5th, 2020|Essays|0 Comments

 ‘the physical survival of the human race depends on a radical change of the human heart.' Erich Fromm The German-born humanistic philosopher and social psychologist Erich Fromm spent most of his working life trying to understand the human condition – and its predicament. He came to the conclusion that only a fundamental change in [...]

27 03, 2020

Consensus Reality Meltdown 4 – The Reset Button

By |2020-03-30T18:40:51+01:00March 27th, 2020|Blog, Essays|0 Comments

The Reset Button   ‘We are dreaming a symbolic world, only briefly waking to what is real’ Arthur Deikman   We thought our reality was stable – a linear progression of events that had order and logic. Most people in modern societies were born into conditions of stability and security that created bubbles of contentment [...]

26 03, 2020

Consensus Reality Meltdown 3 – Self-Fulfilling Memes

By |2020-03-26T18:16:08+01:00March 26th, 2020|Blog, Essays|0 Comments

It is time to acknowledge that the bubble of perception that forms one’s reality is not a solid structure. It is fluid and continuously shifting, readapting, and, from time to time, it wobbles. The information and inputs we receive, and process, affects our sense of reality. Recently, this consensus reality bubble that most people [...]

17 03, 2020

Consensus Reality Meltdown 2 – The Erosion of Perception

By |2020-03-25T13:44:07+01:00March 17th, 2020|Blog, Essays|0 Comments

The Erosion of Perception   ‘Not the body but the soul becomes the subject of techno-social domination.’ Franco Berardi Modern technological societies are creeping more and more into a form of abstraction. This has been officially labelled as the ‘erosion of the collective perception of objective facts.’ I call it the continuation of the [...]

12 03, 2020

Normal Unfreedoms

By |2020-03-16T17:09:29+01:00March 12th, 2020|Essays|0 Comments

‘Fear is the deadliest assassin; it does not kill, but it keeps you from living.’ Popular Saying The Universal Declaration of Human Rights contains thirty articles. Nine of those articles directly state the word ‘freedom.’ We therefore expect that a range of freedoms are our basic human rights. We consider ourselves as ‘free’ and [...]

23 01, 2020

A Metaphysical Malaise?

By |2020-01-23T17:54:49+01:00January 23rd, 2020|Essays|0 Comments

‘The real tragedy of our time lies not so much in the unprecedented external events themselves as in the unprecedented ethical destitution and spiritual infirmity which they glaringly reveal.’ Paul Brunton   There is little doubt that we are living in an age of extreme contradictions where opposing trends appear to exist side by side. It [...]

6 01, 2020

Year Ahead 2020: A Consensus Reality Meltdown (CRM)

By |2020-03-17T13:44:02+01:00January 6th, 2020|Blog, Essays|0 Comments

The year ahead into 2020 will continue a process that has already begun and which we are seeing unfolding around us across the globe. Many of us are asking - is reality broken? It almost seems so. Reality – whatever that is or was – has been gradually retreating behind a spectacle of make-believe. One result [...]

6 12, 2019

The Artificial Extension of Childhood

By |2019-12-06T10:17:47+01:00December 6th, 2019|Essays|0 Comments

The early years of childhood are our formative years where the hearts and minds of young souls are nurtured and developed. It is also the period of compulsory schooling, a form of social and informational programming that reaches us early before we can become fully formed adults. What we understand today as ‘modern’ forms of [...]

21 11, 2019

Jung & the Invasion of the Collective Mind

By |2019-11-21T12:24:46+01:00November 21st, 2019|Essays|0 Comments

The question we are confronted with is a collective one, and it concerns us all. Why are so many of us, our fellow humans, behaving so badly? And not only badly, but in a way that is detrimental to our own well-being. It would seem more than strange, verging on the insane, that any creature [...]

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