Introducing a new holistic paradigm that provides a clear new pair of lens - for the mind. This new concept depolarizes our perceptions on reality by reconciling the ancient and deeply compelling paradox known as dualism. As it unravels the greatest mystery of our existential lives, that great enigma that in spirituality led us from “all good”, to good & evil; and in science, leads to two laws that we cannot reconcile. However, with this new pair of depolarizing lens, we are able to conceive something quite remarkable, space, time and how existing things are formed in it.
This book is very relevant because it is antidote to the social and political ills of our societies. The polarization inherent in our present paradigm creates social diseases such as sexism, racism, wars, and the myriad forms of hate we tend to indulge in. We daily confront the ravages of political neglect that we are forced to bear, as we try to cope with these corrupted ways of being. The benefit of this new holistic paradigm is that it provides a logical, science-based understanding that is so obvious and universal, we are essentially oblivious to it; and, it resolves the greatest paradoxes we face as spiritual beings in a materialistic world. This book promotes well-being for the soul in the evolution of the mind.
• Reveals the origin of the invisible field we call Space(Time)
• Explains how existing things emerge and form into being
• Sheds whole new light on the meaning of GOD
• Reconciles the divides between Eastern and Western traditions in religion, science, and philosophy
• Bridges Dualism (Separation & Polarization)
• Self Actualization Meditations (“I AM ‘Mind’, I AM ‘Consciousness’”)
About the Author
I was born by the sea; my father was a fisherman. I was born to be a philosopher yet I did not know that until my early adult life after I first studied the sciences, then to become a doctor of medicine. I loved biology because I excelled in it but I turned to philosophy in my mid-twenties because of a greater need to understand something more fundamental about our lives. I am very grateful for my formal education, I have a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy with a minor in religious studies, and a Master’s degree in counseling. My counseling degree has helped me to stay gainfully employed but you know it is the love of wisdom that motivates me and I think you will find out why as you read this remarkable book.