Becoming wholly human

In Awareness Intelligence all the three modes of the intra-past, inter-present, and extra-future point together to a most comprehensive knowing of humantime. Awareness Intelligence is a maximum mental concentration of psycho-spiritual energy that brings the uncoordinated streams of volatile thoughts of unawareness into one steady river of complete understanding. Buddhist enlightenment, the so-called Satori, described by Zen Buddhism as a state of the mind that is experiencing the insight into the nature of existence seems to resemble a state of Awareness Intelligence too. Continue reading

Triadic philosophies and wisdoms

For example, the three Buddhist marks of existence, from which all human delusion and suffering purportedly stems, can be mapped to Awareness Intelligence in the following way. Overcoming suffering from the illusion of permanence can be achieved through the pre-life awareness of the intra-past, suffering itself is addressed by the inter-present that extinguishes any suffering-causing bond from relationships, and the selfless connection to humankind as a whole lies in the healing power of awareness of the extra-future. Continue reading

Should happiness really be the goal? A Buddhist perspective

The pursuit of happiness generally is considered to be the ultimate goal of a human journey, while economic wealth is expected to support that goal. However, there are many different and plausible ways of looking at quality of living. “You could be well off, without being well. You could be well, without being able to lead the life you wanted. You could have got the life you wanted, without being happy. You could … Continue reading