there is no such thing as a last step to freedom; in seeing this very clearly structures and dogmas can be set aside.
This website is designed to nurture the curiosity and exploration of all who are engaged in learning.
Facebook participation is welcome and encouraged (feel free to share material), as to is dialogue participation at public meetings, conversations and seminars. Comment is welcome, as earnest and intelligent discourse rather than personal opinion or argument. We are not using dialectical methods, we are instead walking together as two friends slowly, hesitantly, patiently investigating ourselves with deep integrity and humility. I am also an advocate of personalism and objectionism which both recognise the limitation of open philosphical debate, discourse and dialogue. Many philosophical problems exist because thought does not recognise its own limit.
History has demonstrated we are what we are because of the past and what we are is traumatised. “A whole lifetime reading books and years of death defying shamanic practice was utterly meaningless because when it came to the crunch I did not know myself, I fell into a hole so deep it seemed insurmountable”. Five years of chronic pain, a malfunction in the central nervous system, has taught Keeb how to approach the problem of psychological and physical recovery; what tools to use, what meditation really means. In that time, taken to the very edge of sanity, Keeb has learnt from an experience which is far deeper than books or a teacher could have shared. Keeb does not offer a system to bliss, a specific solution to our own personal problems; that would be wholly and utterly immoral, the very denial of love. Instead Keeb shows how to approach to the problem of sorrow and come upon a compassion without start or end.
The purpose of this website is to examine the question as to whether there is a dimension that is beyond time, beyond the human mind. Is there a perfume in this life; a beauty, depth, immensity, or is life principally a shallow affair of working our fingers to the bone and where one is consequently caught up in the endless pursuit of pleasure, as an escape? Most of us have not discovered that deep immensity, the infinite depth of life. Instead we live and work in what is an empty shallow pool and it is in this pool we seek out the freedom of an ocean.
- an examination of the deep philosophical questions.
- an in-depth look at the origin of time and consciousness.
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