A World Of Introverts

Question: What would the world be like if everyone was an introvert? Answer: It is the world we live in today, a collection of 8 billion introverts. We are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and subjective nature. We all see the world in our own personal way. Even when we connect, communicate … More A World Of Introverts

None As Wise As The Experienced

Question: What things in life only come with experience? Answer: All attainment, understanding comes with experience as a beautiful saying – “none as wise as the experienced” – proclaims. Our mind, intellect is secondary to our emotional impressions since we are primarily emotional creatures. And we collect emotional impressions from practical experiences, actually going through … More None As Wise As The Experienced

Proverbs To Live By

Question: What are some proverbs you live by, and can you describe in what ways they have improved your life? Answer: Since as a result of methodical study, practice in a unique environment I have revealed that my “main engine”, driving force is an inherently egocentric, selfish, subjective desire for pleasures, I am trying to … More Proverbs To Live By

Consciously Sensing The Bliss Of The Mother’s Womb

Question: Is there a time in your life that you wish you could revisit, & stay there forever? Answer: It might sound weird, but I would like to return to the “blissful” state of the mother’s womb but this time consciously. Of course I don’t mean physically climbing back into a womb, I mean experiencing … More Consciously Sensing The Bliss Of The Mother’s Womb

Successfully Happy

Question: Is it possible to have happiness without any form of success? Answer: No. We can become happy only if we are successful in building positive, purposeful, mutually supportive and mutually complementing relationships with each other. True happiness is the collective emotional impression that arises from those special selfless, mutually serving, loving connections.

Being Open-Minded

Question: In what ways do you consider yourself open-minded? Answer: In a way that now – after a long, purposeful, methodical preparation – I am ready to exit my original, inherently egocentric, subjective sphere of interest, in order to start sensing, perceiving reality through the desires, needs, viewpoints of others. This way I can obtain … More Being Open-Minded