The Squint of the Outward Gaze

Research indicates that when we employ our peripheral vision, our sense of presence, awe and wonder increases. We relax, gain a deeper perspective of our place in time and space and our capacity for spatial memory improves. We become more positive about the future and the jigsaw of life begins to piece itself together. Thus, as our gaze habitually collapses outward while peripherally constricting, we lose touch with the human spirit.

The Authentic Self vs The Machines

Amidst all this we are foundering upon the collapse of sensemaking, the digitization and politicization of everything, systematically retarding our ability to understand the world and our relationship with it. We have lost touch with our inner knowing, set adrift upon a vast ocean of competing narratives and agendas. Which captains are we to believe, which shores are we to seek, and which winds are we to reset sail upon? These are questions that lie at the heart of this book.

Prepare for the coming of the drones…

  NEWS/SCIENCE & TECH: Iā€™m not sure many people are aware of this, but it will change the world as we know it. Drone technology ā€“ basically pilotless miniature aircraft with cameras ā€“ is expanding dramatically. Current legislation will open US airspace up to 400 feet to drones in the year 2015. Many of these…