When we initiate any type of relationship (social, personal, professional, etc.) we don’t usually ask, at least generally, that many times we unconsciously seek for what will provide us with the missing that are needed, and that can be obtained, in cooperation with the others, for our own growth, evolutionary paths or development in some aspect or area of life.
By design, human relationships seek to fill the gaps in the learnings that cannot be filled by being alone, so that, thanks to them, one obtains the experiences, from many different angles and sources in … Read the rest
We all spend most of our time living in the future, or in the past, and that’s also where most of our frustrations and anxieties come from. The mental processes that govern and control our psyche, starting with the ego program as the management software of the same (not as the concept of “vanity”), do not understand, and are not programmed, to stay in the present moment, hence that jumps incessantly by the own routines and parameters that compose it, towards what will come in what is perceived as future, or in what has … Read the rest
About 2,500 years ago, an Indian philosopher named Kapila formulated a doctrine that explained the origins of the Universe, and all its conscious life. His concepts included the ‘fifth element’ theory, known by many thanks to Alchemy and various hermetic texts, and preceding the teachings of Aristotle and Plato. Kapila’s philosophy is called samkya, and was set up in one of the six schools of classical Indian philosophy, its incidence being so important that it had far-reaching consequences in Buddhist metaphysical thinking and Greek philosophy, and extending into the Middle Ages through of the European … Read the rest