Where we will be one day. Thinking from a higher and more integrated perspective, using all our faculties and parts of the mind we haven’t yet accessed.
The massive acceleration in our technological and scientific capabilities has not yet been accompanied by any real grasp of the implications. We lack the understanding and moral development to be able to make the increasingly difficult decisions we are faced with. Right now we have too many choices. We are overloaded with information and it is difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff. It is difficult to know what we should focus on, what we should think.
We must evolve to meet the challenges of the times we live in. We need to acquire the maturity and wisdom to recognise what is important, and to cope with the responsibility that our knowledge gives us.
In order to be able to focus our minds on what really matters we need first to look at how we think. And this involves examining assumptions governing our perception and understanding of the world, how we perceive ourselves in relation to others, and how we relate to society and the world around us.