“Is the person I am online today the person that my 12-year old self would be proud to have seen me become?”
The key focus of this special symposium is to reevaluate the futures of mainland China, Hong Kong and the globe in light of the current crisis in Hong Kong. This includes all or any of political, economic, social, educational and psycho-spiritual futures.
The Journal of Futures Studies has just released its July 2020 volume. You can find the link below. The volume features ten written pieces on perhaps the most crucial problem of our time: the internet and crisis in meaning and sense-making. Each of the writers examines a slightly different spect of the problem. You will…
How might we transcend the violence and division of the George Floyd situation?
It is helpful to think of the E-Word of media and social media as the mass monkey mind. In meditative traditions, the “monkey mind” is the term used to describe your chattering, unchecked inner world, which (if I may mix my metaphors) has a tendency to wander about indiscriminately like a blind man stumbling along a crowded street without a walking stick. The blind man keeps bumping into people, either cursing them or apologizing frantically in order to deflect their anger, even as the other pedestrians apologize or curse him back. Because he cannot see, the blind man doesn’t realise that all the other pedestrians are equally as blind, and all without their canes.
Emotional Alignment is a simple way to help bring anxiety under control in this time of increased fear and uncertainty.
Can we deliberately employ the non-local properties of mind in creativity, business and education? I recently argued that we can in an article published in the Journal of Nonlocality. Here is the full version of the article, with links up front. J. Nonlocality: Special Issue on Psi and Nonlocal Mind, 2017 Integrated Intelligence as Practice:…
We live in a unique period of cosmic history, where we have the opportunity to accelerate our physical and conscious evolution. Our stories may be stopping us.
If David Loye is right, Charles Darwin may one day be remembered as one of the men who healed the split in the modern mind between the scientific/rational, and the spiritual/intuitive. That would be some irony.
Tom Lombardo is a futurist who is very interested in many of the realms of inquiry that I am, and he has come to similar conclusions many times. (he wrote the introduction to my book Extraordinary Mind). Lombardo’s essay “Consciousness, Cosmic Evolution, and the Technological Singularity” has just been published in the Journal of Futures…