Throughout history men and women have tried to create an ideal world made up of justice, peace, wealth, health, equality and dignity – free from suffering and fear and charged with a new meaning of coexistence, be it spiritual, philosophical and/or political. In 1515 Thomas More, famous writer, humanist and statesman coined the word utopia,… Continue reading EUTOPIAN VISIONS – possible revolutions
“When nature suffers, we suffer. And when nature flourishes, we all flourish. I do believe in the possibility of a world where we can live in harmony with nature, but only if every one of us does our part to make that world a reality. So that when you look back over your journey –… Continue reading We can all make a difference | Jane Goodall
Too much hype, too much excitement and too many pats on the back for ‘Start Ups’. Not enough kudos, support and love for those people who have been out there in the ‘Keep Goings’. It is really easy to be excited at the beginning, to announce big plans, to talk about what you are about… Continue reading We spend too much time celebrating ‘Start Ups’, not enough celebrating ‘Keep Goings’.
IONSx s.underneath is a cutting-edge, application-driven research program that demonstrates practical examples of consciousness affecting our physical world. One of the major hurdles to moving beyond our materialistic paradigm is the difficulty of being able to clearly demonstrate to anyone, without the use of scientific arguments, the reality that consciousness directly affects the physical world.… Continue reading The Effect of Consciousness on the Physical World
Einstein inspired a paradigm shift in physics not as a scientist but as an artist. Our entire construct of the world depends on language. What we see isn’t what the universe has defined, but what our brains have learned to label. English distinguishes a scientist as someone who systematically learns about a part of the… Continue reading Einstein was an Artist: How Creativity Actually Works
What follows is an excerpt by EE Magazine from a longer article originally published as Activism Revisited: Conscious Participation and Collective Intelligence, by Daniel Christian Wahl. In Reflections on Evolutionary Activism, Tom Atlee highlights three evolutionary dynamics: i) integration of diversity,ii) constant alignment with reality, and iii) self-interest rooted in the wellbeing of the whole. These are key characteristics… Continue reading Excerpts from Activism Revisited: Conscious Participation and Collective Intelligence