What is Quantum Consciousness?

We are living in the blooming of a new view of reality. The discoveries of quantum physics are rapidly converging with the ancient wisdom traditions, in an evolutionary development that could be called Quantum Consciousness. This new cosmology sees the universe as a "Unified Field" or inter-related web without separate parts, alive, conscious and meaningful. The primary reality is consciousness. The material realm is secondary. Meaning is fundamental. We are evolving at a fierce rate toward these new understandings, and toward a new conception of our own nature. We are all the Cosmos becoming conscious of Itself and turning back to look at Its handiwork.

Caring for the Point

The parts of ourself have a relationship with each other. That is, since we are beings of two worlds, the earthly realm and the celestial realm, our ego has a relationship with the Point, the Deeper Self, the Celestial Twin. This relationship, like other relationships, can be tended or untended, close or distant or non-existant. Deepening . . . → Read More: Caring for the Point

Beings of Two Worlds

We are beings of two worlds. Rumi says: “Both worlds are here now.” On the one hand we are physical beings, animals, part of the material world. On the other hand, we are Essence, pure Being, part of God, co-creating with the Absolute.

The development of the ego in human development is an unfolding series of capacities . . . → Read More: Beings of Two Worlds

Participation Mystique

Participation Mystique is a capacity possessed by primitive peoples to merge with nature and Being. We have lost this capacity almost entirely in the modern world. Loss of the ability to merge with the Greater Life around us is the core illness of our times. It is so universal that it is invisible to us. Consensus . . . → Read More: Participation Mystique


Present human development theory states that the ego is constructed after birth. The mental structures are built from the baby’s experiences with its mother and others in the period between birth and four, the most crucial period of life. The nature of the ego is that it creates two experiences: (1) the sense of separateness, which . . . → Read More: Ego