Since my birth in 1942, I have felt rejected and ignored by the dysfunctional family and culture I was born in, a hostile environment that has driven me to realize my fullest potential as a superintelligent human being, able to use the transcultural, transdisciplinary modelling methods underlying the Internet to solve the ultimate problem of human learning.
This holistic vision has led me to see with Self-reflective Intelligence that Homo sapiens ‘wise human’ is not immortal and that we could end our days in a glorious blaze of Light, Love, and Life, having awoken from the slumbers we have been in for thousands of years.
But with the complex interactions of the COVID-19 pandemic, rapid economic collapse, accelerating abrupt climate change, and the sixth mass extinction of the species dominating our lives today, whether we shall be able to wake up in time now looks most unlikely.
Nevertheless, I have felt moved to write a two-page piece on the challenges facing humanity today titled ‘Viewing the Global Crisis with Self-reflective Intelligence’, trusting that this could help people see their lives in a broader and deeper perspective.
As a further explanation of where I am coming from, I have also written a six-page monograph titled ‘My Quest for Oceanic Ecstasy’, much inspired by Stanislav Grof’s The Holotropic Mind, holotropic being cognate with entropy ‘in transformation’. For, at these critical times we live in, not only do we need to turn towards Wholeness, we also need to transform the Whole, counteracting the second law of thermodynamics, which physicists like Brian Cox still believe in, saying in the ‘Destiny’ episode of his BBC documentary series The Wonders of the Universe in 2011, “Entropy always increases, because it’s overwhelmingly likely that it will.”
These two monographs complete a trilogy that I have been moved to write this month, the third being ‘Demystifying the Mystery of Being’, which I announced in my previous post, written as an addition to an article I wrote for the Science and Nonduality (SAND) conference website in January, titled ‘Unifying All Opposites in Wholeness’.
The SAND community did not accept this contribution, contrary to E. F. Schumacher’s maxim for mapmaking, given in A Guide for the Perplexed: ‘Accept everything; reject nothing,’ also a fundamental principle of spiritual well-being, beyond hope and despair.
So, as I am getting little response from the world to help harmonize evolutionary convergence by completing the final revolution in science, just as Johannes Kepler and Isaac Newton completed the first in the 1600s, I have needed to take some time out from my mathematical studies to complete my own psychospiritual healing, knowing that there is nothing and no one outside me—as Love, Wholeness, and the Truth, the True Nature, Authentic Self, and Genuine Identity of us all.