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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Who Are You?

Who Are You

Who are you is not a reference to the hit song from The Who “Who Are You” in 1978. Here we are of course talking about your essence. The world of humankind is determined to tell you who you are. We are influenced by people and situations every day. We are conditioned by these encounters and experiences. This contributes greatly to produce a state of insecurity about ourselves in respect to the universe and life.

Again and again individuals feel devastated by the seemingly overwhelming existence manipulations. These occur because individuals often remain dulled to the significance of life consciousness. Who are you is not really a difficult question. “You are”. That would be more than enough if we did not have the human content complexity in our existence. Consider how a bird would live if it spent its existence asking itself “Who am I?” It would perhaps never fly if it listened to what the other birds said it is or what the bird should become. Who are you, really?

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