The purpose of life is evolution. To evolve, by definition, means to become less matter and more Spirit. On a practical level, we become less matter and more Spirit by being committed to daily improvements. The easiest and quickest way you can improve yourself is to watch yourself very closely each day.
Our current evolutionary goal is to become Soul conscious in our brain awareness, thereby giving birth to a whole new kingdom on Earth. If we look around in our world, we share this planet with the mineral kingdom, the vegetable or plant kingdom,
The word ‘kundalini’ comes from the Hindu tradition and is used to describe a form of mysterious energy that lies dormant in all of us at the foot of our spine. When awakened this energy rises up the spine, purifies all chakras along the way until it reaches the head where it unites with its ‘ divine spouse’ and the person reaches enlightenment.
When renown Harvard biologist E.O. Wilson told the legendary marine biologist Sylvia Earle, a passionate advocate of ocean protection, that he was worried that we humans were “letting Nature slip through our fingers,” Earle replied to him that her biggest concern was that “Nature may let the human race slip through her fingers.”
Life is like an echo. The call we send out returns to us. We carelessly say, „I am sick, I am broke, I am lonely“ without realizing that our alleged powerless words are anything but weak and powerless.
A Quantum's Eye View. “Good morning, Alice,” a voice said. Or at least it seemed like a voice. Alice rubbed her eyes. She'd fallen asleep in the orchard and had been dreaming of tea parties with singing cakes and dancing oysters. She rubbed her eyes and looked around, but there was no one in sight. Had the voice been in the dream, she wondered? Or maybe she was still dreaming. She'd caught herself enough times in that trap, thinking she had woken up, only to discover she was still dreaming. It always annoyed her.Picture by Sofia Balas (above)
Alan Wilson Watts (6 January 1915 – 16 November 1973) was a British philosopher who interpreted and popularized Eastern philosophy for a Western audience. Born in Chislehurst, England, he moved to the United States in 1938 and began Zen training in New York.