If we don’t stop looking at one another, business, work and the society as machines with parts, we won’t stop living in toxic relationships and toxic environments.
The separation consciousness between mind, body and soul, between the immaterial and physical, between the symbolic and tangible, between the seen and unseen is the root of all toxicity.
We are all One. There is no Separation. Separation is an illusion of the dualistic mind where Reason was cut off from Spirituality. As an effect, our innate powers were shunned into oblivion.
We were taught that we are machines and that’s it. Everything else was labelled as unreal, untrue and woo-woo so that the shame-fearing mind wouldn’t wander off course and explore our dormant superhuman abilities. …
The highlight of the pandemic world is that while working online, you can be anywhere you want.
Who would have thought that the future of being a digital nomad would be a digital homebound.
We have gone from free movement to no movement. Yet, the effect on our ability to do the work from anywhere and collaborate globally hasn’t changed. It’s literally the same.
How come that in the opposite set of circumstances we are still getting the same exact result?
What we are witnessing now in this change of circumstances is a powerful mindset shift which fully wipes out the distinction between space and time. …
Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, I’ve been fascinated by the concept of time, most importantly with its relation to space. All of a sudden it seemed as if the notion of time has stopped, frozen in space with ourselves along with it. This is something I am describing in a podcast called Finding Direction in Disorientation with a friend Jonathan Cook from earlier this year where we discuss the nature of spacetime with regards to our changed perception. You can listen to it here if you like.
Having taken a turn towards exploring the nature of human perception, cognition, universal consciousness and energy shortly after, I came across a mini-article, a thought or an idea if you like that I wrote about two years ago. At the time it lacked the proper context which would make me understand where I was going with this. …