Yes, you read it right! I have 15 compelling reasons why you should ditch living life through the lens of personhood and adopt your original nature of presence instead. Your original consciousness, unblemished by thoughts, moods and volatile feelings is always readily awaiting your journey back to it. Living life as a person can be quite […]
I’ve had this idea for a while now, an idea to somehow make direct experience into an product. If you have read my books on mysticism and direct experience, you’ll probably know that the most important thing in a persons life I consider to be the empowerment of direct experience. Direct experience simply means an […]
Don’t live life indirectly. Don’t consume more than you create. Don’t just look without partaking. Dive into each moment as it is presented to you. Be in it totally. Each and every second should be lived as intensely as possible, or simply put live to the point of tears. Why? Because life is experience, and […]
Here are the six current books out by iPerceptive!
Hopefully by the end of 2017, I’ll have 800 new ones! (lol)
You might have noticed, if in fact there is any one truly reading this, that I’m quite ambitious in creating this website into a great community where the empowerment of ones own direct experience is the goal, which in turn means the fulfilment of ones life.
I’ve written a handful of rather short books, which primarily focus on living life more directly and the magnificent tradition of mysticism.
Hopefully spiritual seekers can in some way benefit from these books, and if that happens to be the case, I will consider that as an accomplishment for my quest on this world, if I had any to begin with.
This site is all about wisdom, direct experience and mysticism. Three words that in truth are the same.
Love and Light
Nature always wears the colors of the spirit. Ralph Waldo Emerson (Nature – Chapter 1, 1836) Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience. Ralph Waldo Emerson (Education) Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year. Ralph Waldo Emerson (Works and Days) The happiest man is he who learns from […]
I want to transform iPerceptive from a quotations website to something much more alive and vibrant. Since the quotations have laid the foundation of the website I still want to keep the authors and the quotes. But they should be secondary to the primary purpose of this site. Which from now on will be primarily […]