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How we Experience the World
The five senses

I am writing this book to guide you on a journey from first principles of perception through the jungle that is our mind towards becoming a whole person and towards spirituality. As much as possible I will give a logical sequence that will lead you from the powerful, yet limited mindset of Western culture towards a more spiritual, integral, holistic view of the world. Continue reading

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Whodunnit? Witness your Limits of Awareness
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Please watch the following clip of a detective trying to solve a murder very attentively to see how aware and perceptive you are: It is all too easy to miss changes that we were not looking for! Our mind is … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap between Knowledge and Experience
Bridging the Gap

Writing a book for the majority of people that starts from a factual, “objective”, cognitive point of view and makes a logical argument towards a more aware, subjective, somatic way of being Continue reading

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Pursuit of Happiness – The Science of Feeling Good

What’s the difference between an optimist and a pessimist? The pessimist says “It can’t get any worse.” The optimist says “Yes, it can!” After reading a few books on cognition, the science of happiness, brain processes and psychology, a few … Continue reading

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Stumbling on Happiness

Stumbling on Happiness is not a self-help book, but rather a popular scientific review of our perception and the tricks our mind plays on us when trying to predict our degree of happiness in different hypothetical scenarios. Continue reading

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