Nothing but a dream

“Our science”, writes Jung in the foreword to one of the most famous editions of I Ching (‘The I Ching or Book of Changes’, The Richard Wilhelm Translation, Routledge&Kegan Paul, London, 1977.), “is based on the principle of causality and the causality is regarded as being the axiomatic truth. However, the big change is going on in our viewpoint. That which Kants Critique of Pure Reason didn’t succeed in doing, now does the modern physics. The axiom of causality is ...

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Why choose absolute freedom?

Whatever we do, we do because of something. Usually, all our motives can be reduced to a simple wish for happiness. We chose ‘A’ because we like it more than ‘B’. We would like to choose ‘C’, but we have no courage, so we chose ‘D’ because when we summarize all the pluses and minuses, it seems that we will gain more. Sometimes, our choice is ‘E’, but we cannot say why. We are attracted to ‘E’, and that attraction ...

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You are not an ordinary gull

“For most gulls, it is not flying that matters, but eating”, wrote Richard Bach. But you are not among those. You can not, dare not, because you could not stand it. You could not devote every single day to food, clothes and warmth. Even if you add to that your position, reputation and everything others think about you, you could not. It is not eating that matters for you, but flight. You are not an ordinary gull. You belong to ...

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Omnes Viae Romam Non Ducunt

During enlightenment conversations one more question often pops up. It is a question about the different paths that, at least according to a generally accepted assumption, lead to the same goal. Well, it is rarely asked in a form of a question. Rather, it is said (or written) as a premise, as an understandable starting point everyone knows about. Invariably, I am surprised by that, for it is obvious that such a premise does not stand up to common sense.

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Endlessness is a Myth

My writings about freedom, enlightenment and the intentional or non-intentional goal of spiritual pursuits, recently culminated in the book ‘The Elimination of Karma Factor’. I had an interesting time communicating with my readers and listeners during my lectures and workshops. In principle, spiritually inclined people have a tendency to be mildly confused with what I am saying. This confusion is mostly the result of a hunch, a kind of intuitive understanding, that the information they are receiving goes against what ...

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