Doing, Being, and the Great In-Between

Can putting an end to the endless pursuit of becoming someone imbue our lives with meaning? By Christina Feldman We all want our lives to have meaning—but sometimes we’re unsure what that is. This question of meaning has many significant threads: it’s a question that touches upon our sense of identity and worthiness, and asks us to explore what we’re committed to in this life. George Eliot once wrote, “It seems to me that we can never give up longing and wishing while we are alive. There are certain things we feel to be beautiful and good and we must hunger for them.” … Continue reading Doing, Being, and the Great In-Between


Gary Z McGee, Contributor Waking Times “Understand how great is the darkness in which we grope, and never forget the natural-science assumptions with which we started are provisional and revisable things” ~William James Imagine you are the universe, and the universe is you. Feel it: the raw stardust in your bones, the ancient heat in your blood, the infinite interconnectedness of all things in your gut. Allow the fresh intensity of the moment to transcend all moments from quantum singularity to singular perception. Looking back, the story of you is thermodynamically layered through the push-and-pull of entropy. You’ve ascended an infinite … Continue reading QUANTUM SELF: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE MANY WORLDS THEORY