Jon Kabat-Zinn defines mindfulness is as “The awareness that arises from paying attention to the present moment, purposefully and non-judgmentally.”

There are four different possible states in life: false imbalance, false equilibrium, true imbalance, and true equilibrium — each arising from different overlaps in perception, reality, and goals; the true…


There are two forces in nature. We can call them negentropy and entropy, order and chaos, good and evil, light and darkness. Light is defined as the union of ontology, perception, and objectivity. Darkness is the exclusivity of these domains. Without intervention, the universe will tend towards darkness. …


Reality is made up of time and change.

Without time, there is no change.

Without change, there is no time.

As time flows forward, the future becomes the present, and then the present becomes the past. During that time, some change will have occurred.

The objective is defined as a…


The universe started as oneness, and then with the Big Bang, duality was born. There became a before and an after, being and non-being, light and darkness. Matter interacted with matter to increase in complexity, and eventually, life arose on Earth. All species and lifeforms, just like planets, stars, and…


An ideal state of affairs is when ontological existence, perceptual existence, and objective existence are one and the same. In other words, it is when we see things as they are, we see things as they should be, and if needed, we change things from what they are to what…

Peter Wang

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