I believe there is an easy answer to the hard problem of consciousness and I am looking for mentors. meetings in the Bay Area during mid-July and financial backers to help me spread a message of light, love, and the basic flow of being a human that happens when we can live in a world that is setup for all life to flourish.
The world of social media is allowing us, as a species, to communicate in a manner closer to pure consciousness than we have had the chance to in our recorded human history.
Let's face it. Bodies are complicated. We all have physical needs, wants, quirks, and awkwardness. It takes a lot of trial and error to bond with a person when bodies also have to be sorted.
But when we get online and we type, is it not the case that much of that body overhead can be put aside? It is for me.
This is the crucial part, the lesson that just keeps arriving. Which is, well, we never arrive. We never arrive at a destination of mind. Our mind is always on a roadtrip. Every single waking moment.
Imagine the power of a roadtrip, right across the whole continent, showering you with chances to shout the words you most need to hear!
One of the most important skills I have found I possess is my ability to observe and pay attention. I am mostly so enrapt at the bounty of what I see, hear, and listen to that I would love to be rich enough to dedicate my life to the art of being a flâneur.What strikes me as improbable, very fragile, and profoundly uncomfortable is that most of us embark on a similar programme of non-historical purposes, only without the means of wealth, we would just call it a career.
It makes me proud to have created a little slice of the internet where people could feel like there was an easy way to start to change the opportunities that are possible in their lives.
For me, writing this post brought me a fabulously supportive network and a chance to become a virtual entrepreneur, making a living from being a kind, generous, and thoughtful person outside of cubicle captivity.
Join me in this revolution!
We all love our dogs and there are thousands of books celebrating the joys of our dogs. But the honest reality is that they live very short lives. When I went through the intense and ultimately fatal illness of my first dog, I felt all alone. I often wrote through my feelings. And after a few years, the thought of writing a book to help others through a very difficult period in their lives emerged.