The Optimists Club

Optimist or Pessimist?
I and Yuval Noah Harari search human history and I suggest a way to help us evolve beyond war and greed!

Buddhism, Daoism  Р Criticism!

This week I was called out by one of my students for mocking Buddhism! I really don‚Äôt think that was my intention, but clearly, that‚Äôs how it came out in my student‚Äôs opinion. This has been an interesting year for me.I have spent much time contemplating the nature of the Universe! I‚Äôm not sure that …

NATURE AS LAST RESORT: QIGONG AND ITS USE TO COMBAT FATAL ILLNESSES

An Interview with Doctor Ming Pang of the¬†Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Training & Recovery Center, This interview was published by¬†Heaven and Earth¬†Magazine in 1994 (My thanks to Martha Blane for his article…) Right now we have 200 patients, all in the late stages. We seldom have patients come in the early middle stages of their illness. …

Depersonalisation

n the West we pathologise Depersonalisation, in Eastern Spirituality they actively seek it!
What a Dichotomy!
I dive into the Ocean, and emerge as a Raindrop.
I delve into the Simulation called “The Game of Life”
Where does it all lead? Enlightenment?
I’ll let you know when I get there!

Saving our Planet, One Consciousness at a Time

Use your Consciousness to Save our planet! Find out how in this article!

An Interview with Robert Pirsig

By Tim Adams The Observer, November 19, 2006 Edited by Andy Ross Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance was the biggest-selling philosophy book ever. At 78, Robert Pirsig can look back on many ideas of himself: ‚ÄĒ The nine-year-old-boy with the off-the-scale IQ of 170 ‚ÄĒ The young GI in Korea picking up a …