Meditative Editing • Applying for Social Aid • Technology Testing: from Magellan through Brinner & Fair Phones to Gutenberg • Wordly Words

Video Editing as Meditation This morning I woke up around 9, even though I had intended to wake up at 4! No official meditation or yoga, but I managed what I really had looked forward to; rendering the latest episode in my vegan and nonviolent Minecraft Survival series. And I got into a good flow … Continue reading Meditative Editing • Applying for Social Aid • Technology Testing: from Magellan through Brinner & Fair Phones to Gutenberg • Wordly Words

A magical game world by a mining mastermind (interview)

"A pen and paper is all we needto win our battlesand craft our creedto leave us speechless soft and tenderwhile we wait for Minecraft to render"— AvionPhoton Today we are interviewing Avión Photon, the creator of the Minecraft Survival World b³O, pronounced 'be-three-O'. Let's see what lurks inside this creative innovative mind. How did b³O … Continue reading A magical game world by a mining mastermind (interview)

A quick list to dissolve the ego

Here is a list of things to accept to quickly start dissolving the ego, both personal and collective. It follows the divisions of the well renowned spiral dynamics model, going all the way from the instinct self to the non-dual state. It gets harder and harder for the ego to stomach the more of the … Continue reading A quick list to dissolve the ego

A brief history of humanity to date

This was not written from a non-dual perspective, and thus quite far from the actual truth. For example, it bypasses the fact the the past never exists outside of the present moment, and even there, only as fiction. It was written in an attempt to answer the question "What's going on?". The writing is partly … Continue reading A brief history of humanity to date

Reclaim your keyboard! (and your fingers)

  The most common keyboard layout, often referred to as QWERTY, comes from one of the early typewriter models, over 140 years ago. From being part of a tool only used in certain professions it is now something almost everyone uses daily. The QWERTY layout grew out of necessity and convenience during the early stages … Continue reading Reclaim your keyboard! (and your fingers)

The unjust blame on religion

It is a common theme among people who identify themselves as nonreligious to give blame for past crimes of humanity such as wars to religions. This unfortunately blocks them from discovering some truly remarkable things leading to personal growth! In this post I want to help alleviate this by giving a different viewpoint, as someone who … Continue reading The unjust blame on religion

Reflections from a “radical” mind on the perception of “normal”

From my current observational point after a few years of vegetarianism, some months of veganism, increased spiritual and self-awareness leading to several enlightenment experiences, my take on the majority of the western civilization is that it is and has been for a long time suffering from a perpetual mass-psychosis, one in which I myself participated … Continue reading Reflections from a “radical” mind on the perception of “normal”

Is the Bible Vegan? – A Somewhat “Fishy” Subject…

If you have read my blog post on consciousness (How to Become Infinite Infinities by Raising Consciousness and Awareness) you already know what I think about beliefs and their malleable form, being interconnected energy patterns that shape all of reality, ultimately being just as exchangeable as your underwear, t-shirt or facial expression. Starting from there, let us examine … Continue reading Is the Bible Vegan? – A Somewhat “Fishy” Subject…

Vegans – voices for the voiceless

- my journey, from childhood to vegan - Growing up I was privileged enough to have the opportunity to learn how to read at a very early age in life. During this time, I read many books written from different animals points of view. I loved the plush animal toy figures from WWF, as well … Continue reading Vegans – voices for the voiceless