We all have an innate desire to live a life of simplicity, love and enlightenment. But how do we reach this in a world that thrives on complexity, egoism and illusions?

Let’s broaden our understanding of the human existence - consciousness, ego, conditioned behavior, the mind and spirituality in general. What is beyond the assumptions, interpretations and definitions of our human-made reality? Is there a space of unlimited possibilities once we release our minds and consciously interact with life? Can there be any purpose for our existence that is more divine than being a vessel for life…for consciousness?

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Searching to find what you already have can perhaps be summed up in one word; DISSATISFACTION. Dissatisfaction is an integrated element of all human content structures. It may not be openly apparent but our evolutionary development has interwoven a dissatisfaction mechanism into our existence. We practically thrive on being dissatisfied. These tendencies are reflected in personal and social behavior.

We appear to be constantly searching for something. Do you feel it in this moment? Do you sense this distraction in you; however faint it sometimes may be. The core of this may have originated due to the awakening of our species consciousness and parallel with the development of mental behavior and its influence on our state of form consciousness. The demanding need to find "something" may occur because our human consciousness desires fulfillment. This fulfillment may be possible within the sanctity of universal consciousness. We are perhaps simply being guided by the dimension of life which is always within our reach due to our level of consciousness. It is our true essence. Our form consciousness is the catalyst by which universal consciousness may blossom and thrive in our existence.

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