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The Necessity and Magic of Asking ‘What am I?’

The story of the eagle in the chicken coop shows why we need to ask this question and how to find an answer

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In 2005, my life felt thoroughly boring — despite a successful international career as a scientist and entrepreneur. I longed to do something new, but I was at the forefront of an international movement. If…




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Bernhard Kutzler

Bernhard Kutzler

Scientist, former math professor; I explore the mind with scientific meticulousness and write about my findings and experiences.

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