Circumthinking

mathias sager awareness intelligence

The ability to produce awareness-intelligent situational behavior involves an individual’s appropriation of the understanding about the intra-past, the inter-present, and the extra-future. It is short-sighted and in every case a mistake to not include all humanity around the whole planet, including the next generations to come. It is narrow-mindedness not to include the broadest scope of care possible, which inevitably bounces back on all life at any time, even right in the here and now.

Too fast is the energy and too broad the conscious intelligence of life to not wholly and instantly contain all vibrations that are produced in any place, through anybody, at any time.

Human thought reaches farther than the sight of the eye.

As thoughts and not the eyes create our circumstances, we should rather be aware of circumthoughts.

Thought encircles all there is, ourselves, our relationships, and anybody imaginable anywhere in the world; a social panorama the eye is incapable of grasping.

Also, thought encompasses eternity of time. We may not see immediate consequences of all thinking in the visible world, but our soul’s quality of inspiration and connectedness highly depends on the collective consciousness whose condition is influenced by all thoughts there are; of course, including ours. Thoughts are determining our spirituality, which has no contentual barriers and therefore is the cosmos of all. Think awareness-intelligently to contribute with full positive capacity and energetic attitude to this spiritual realm, which in turn, is the source and fuel of your and all further life as well.

Our circumthoughts, not circumstances, represent the real context of conscious life.

So far:

Chapter 1 – Life’s introduction of Awareness Intelligence

Chapter 2 – The awarenessland of Awaria

Chapter 3 – Your life that is humantime

Chapter 4 – Consciousness, awareness, and social intelligence

Chapter 5 – Broadening the social scope

Chapter 6 – Increasing the attention span

Chapter 7 – Distraction of the mass

Chapter 8 – Missing systematics and links in science

Chapter 9 – Spiritual consumerism and mystification of spiritualism

Chapter 10 – Expanding the here and now

Chapter 11 – Individual revolution, human evolution

Chapter 12 – Mental coordinate system

Chapter 13 – Ignorance is not bliss

Chapter 14 – Awareness Intelligence is learnable

Chapter 15 – The difference between Awareness Intelligence and Emotional Intelligence

Chapter 16 – Technology and the distributed intelligence of the mind

Chapter 17 – The choice to be part of something bigger

Chapter 18/19 – The structure and dimensions of life: The socio-temporal matrix (three tenets of Awareness Intelligence)

Chapter 20 – The Intra-past

Chapter 21 – The Inter-present

Chapter 22 – The Extra-future

Chapter 23 – Full awareness and pure thoughts for coherent meaning

Chapter 24 – The three awareness sparring partners

Chapter 25 – The joy of being, doing, and becoming

Chapter 26 – Learning to die during a lifetime

Chapter 27 – Physical spacelessness and spatial mentalness

Chapter 28 – The law of creation: Intuition, intention, and imagination

Chapter 29 – Energy and the illusionary objectification of life

Chapter 30 – Body, mind, soul

Chapter 31 – Trialistic harmony, not dualistic balance

Chapter 32 – A tripartite world that works in triplets

Chapter 33 – Triadic philosophies and wisdoms

Chapter 34 – Think thrice

Coming next:

Chapter 36 – Unconditional love

— In love for my daughter Natalie and all children of this world. —

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About mathias sager

Independent researcher, artist, social entrepreneur, and leadership and strategy advisor I was born in Zurich in 1975 and grew up in Switzerland. The last six years I lived in Tokyo, and currently, I’m staying in Pune/India. I love open-minded people everywhere and the passion to working relentlessly for developing human potential, which is an overarching theme throughout all his work. I have extensive experience in leadership and management, organizational psychology research, and learning & development practice. I have worked as a teacher, a leadership trainer, as well as a senior manager responsible for client relationships, counseling, and virtual teams around the world. Also, I’m a social entrepreneur and serving as a strategy and leadership advisor in different ways. My goal is to inspire with interdisciplinary, innovative, and cross-cultural approaches to personal and professional development for the people’s individual well-being and common good alike. Continuously learning himself and keen to help, I appreciate any questions or feedback you may have at any time. Please connect here on any social media, as well as per direct email goodthings@mathias-sager.com.
  • Yes. And also, of course, our hearts have a definite impact on the thoughts we create which reverberate throughout the universe. It’s like a circle, all things effecting all things. Negative thoughts create negative energy which suppress courage and, possibly, compassion. Yet, a compassionate heart can feed positive thoughts and energy and allow a person to find courage. Courage can lead to courageous actions which can lead to positive thoughts which can create more compassionate hearts…

    😎 I didn’t mean to sound silly, but I’m sure you see what I’m pointing out.

    We’re all connected, as you point out so well in your posts. Thank you for spreading the love, my friend. 🙂

    • mathias sager says:

      Hey! I like that you point to emotions. I fully agree that things are cyclical. I’ve just found that if we want to intervene in the (vicious or virtuous) circle, it’s the thoughts that I can (easier) change.
      Absolutely. The more I practice to see it (for example, when looking into the collective soul in the depth of any person’s eyes), the more it becomes obvious. It’s still nice to say “let’s stay connected,” albeit almost unnecessary:-)
      Thanks, and have a wonderful day!