Toward a holotropic model of consciousness
Our global culture is almost entirely blind to the all-pervasive limitations of thought. But what if the tool we think can solve our problems is in fact their source?
"Just as we can abstract north and south poles from an unbroken magnetic field, we have abstracted mind and matter from an overall resonant field of conditioning. These abstractions, however, cannot coherently be regarded either as independent or as separate realms of existence. Rather, there is an underlying undivided wholeness—beyond mind and matter— which is the ground of it all."
Meaning And The Holarchy of Consciousness
The Non-Locality Of Psychological Causation
The End of the Human Mind
One of the central contentions of The Order of Thought is that there are four illusions that are common to all human beings and all our notions of psychological order. These illusions also characterise and underpin the arguably incoherent meanings that have brought about and are now trying to sustain our global culture. Unsurprisingly, these four illusions are also foundational in terms of our current mechanistic world view—our “old” map and its “old” divisive paradigm.
There is a centre to our consciousness. which centre people tend to refer to as “I”, the self, my soul, etc. But what if there is no centre to the process we might call “the self”, the same way as there is no centre to a river.
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