Timothy Leary’s advice to the Sixties counterculture—turn on, tune in, drop out—was actually a love note to Augustus Owsley Stanley. But what if your mission is to under-stimulate yourself? To turn off, tune out, drop in. To embrace a simple life. Where would you start?
We are where we’re supposed to be. Right here. Right now. No exceptions.
Conventional wisdom says we need to have a life purpose. But is that true? Purpose implies future, which is precisely where purpose cannot be fulfilled. Ram Dass: Be Here Now.
Let’s talk about tomorrow. There is no tomorrow. There never has been a tomorrow. Not one living person has ever lived tomorrow, and my plan for tomorrow is not tomorrow.
Seekers: The future is unnecessary.
“As you perceive the holy companions who travel with you, you will realize that there is no journey, but only an awakening.” To nowhere.