Site project and themes- Combating alarmism (i.e. exaggerated threat, metaphysical monsters, and resulting unnecessary fear). Purging the monster of threat mythology/theology, in all its variations, from human narratives- i.e. violent, punishing religious gods, revenge of Gaia, karma, or angry planet. Threat theology has long been the central theme of conditional Salvationism religion with its burdensome demands for required sacrifices, obligated beliefs, rituals, and a religious lifestyle to appease and please the divine threat. Threat theology has also been central to religious violence, and is evident in supposedly more “secular” ideologies like environmental alarmism. There is enough to fear in life without the added psychic burden of some great Threat behind life. This has generated far too much unnecessary fear, anxiety (i.e. “eco-anxiety”), despair, and depression.
This site explores the single most profound and liberating shift in human consciousness- to abandon the idea of some great Threat and to embrace the discovery of a “no conditions Love” at the core of reality. No conditions love presents the authentically humane definition of ultimate reality for the foundation of a new human narrative.
See new summary “The Science of Climate” (basic climate facts) further below in this opening section. Also at the bottom of this section, “The Ultimate Battle for Freedom (it takes place in our heads)”. And up from the basement- Joseph Campbell on human story (placing unconditional in Campbell’s story framework). “Love is all” is at the bottom of this section. See also material on religious violence in sections further below. The real battle of ideas takes place in the arena of theology, not just ideology. Julia Tyack also sparked some thoughts on what it might mean to practice unconditional in an imperfect world.
Campbell offers the central discovery that enables the transition to mature adulthood- the centering of life on love. I reframe his story framework with unconditional in order to focus and clarify his point more. He uses “universal” and “unlimited” love.
The two most basic things… Read the rest of the opening comment here