The Art of Healing

Technologies Of The Soul

“The real tragedy of our time lies not so much in the unprecedented external events themselves, as in the unprecedented ethical destitution and spiritual infirmity which they glaringly reveal.” ~Paul Brunton~

There is no doubt that we are living in times of complexity, uncertainty, and change. We are also in an age of extreme contradictions where opposing trends appear to exist side-by-side. It is where individuals take greater care of their bodies and are obsessed by diet and health fads, while obesity is an epidemic. We live amidst a paradoxical combination of playfulness and fear, of fun and anxiety, of euphoria and unease.

Our dominant worldview still prefers to believe in the fantasy that we are a living species within a non-living universe, and that we can go about our ‘business as usual’ with a worldly indifference. This is the myth that the solid, material world is ‘out there’ and we are just separate bodies wondering around within it. And so, we put everything at a distance from us, believing that there is us and then there is the external world. This belief system has been responsible for humanity feeling it has the right, or even duty, to conquer and control the world around us. Yet

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