December 13


Toward a new paradigm

Sometimes, when I see a large group of people together, a wave of emotions washes over me. I feel very sad and desperate. I have no rational explanation for it, but the corresponding thought is “They don’t see it”. It is a very deeply rooted sadness. Although it does reside within me, but it is not me. It is sourced from somewhere else.

I never dared to share this with others, as this is not socially accepted in the world we live in. Furthermore, I did not understand the emotion. I did not know what it was that “they” did not see; I certainly did not see it either. Hence, I repressed this feeling. Thanks to a strong intellect, I was able to adjust myself fairly well in society for the first three decades of my life.

But life taught me that things are not always as they seem. I started a quest to bring me closer in line with that which houses in me. Bit by bit, step by step, I slowly began to intellectually understand what we, me included, did not see.

The issues in the world are merely symptoms of the real issue: the current paradigm. No solution, how inventive it may be, will suffice to solve the challenges. However, when we embark on a mission to discover the fundamental mysteries of life: who we are, where we come from and why we are here, we can actively build and grow towards a new paradigm.

We can already start today. Each individual can start with their own inner revolution towards sovereignty. If you want to start that journey and build a radically better future, I invite you to read my book Path to Sovereignty.


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